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Software tutorial, this tutorial will show you how to make a simple wallpaper in Microsoft PowerPoint.
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How to Make a Simple Wallpaper in Microsoft PowerPoint
UltimateCompHelp here and today I’m going to be showing you guys how to make a simple wallpaper using Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007. You can do this with anywhere from 2002 and actually it’s just pretty cool.
So once you have it opened at 2007 so it might look at little different so what you want to do is you just add your main thing. So I’m just going to put UltimateCompHelp and let’s see. Alright now after you edit and everything change your colors, you can go design which also I think all the other versions have it somewhere else and then go and pick a design. I’ve noticed on three has a fruity awesome designs has embed it in 2007 but you can’t download so 2007 has its engine out so we’re actually going to pick a different one and let’s see. Obviously it looks pretty cool.
So once you have it you’re done you could add some click bar or you could paste clip bar for my background and things like that. Once you’re done just want to go file. This is file and all versions and then Save as and click on Save As, save it to where ever you want and over here I’ll make it an image so it could be gif or jpeg or png. I want to pick jpeg.
You just name it same thing, use UltimateCompHelp, save and do it next, only the current slide if you’d ask you so just close that and if it will ask you to save the changes click no. Now I’m just going to get back my icons and there it is. Now you just made a simple, business or a non-business background in my Microsoft PowerPoint which is pretty awesome. So if you want to send us your background obviously is right click and set as desktop background.
So I’ll just close that and there you go. It’s a little bad quality because I’m recording and I didn’t make the size of my screen so it’s also an important thing. If you’re like pro in PowerPoint you should know how to change dimensions and stuff easily. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. Please comment, rate and subscribe and check out my intro contest for a lot of a lot of a bunch of prizes. So thanks for watching, peace out.