Power Point

I am not a software person by any stretch of the imagination:

Have customer making power point presentation.  He loads pictures to the slides in power point, but are extremely large.  Is there a way to manipulate the size of the photo for the slide?

Thanks
ycguy1117Asked:
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dmeerenCommented:
Best way todo is to resize the picture before adding them to powerpoint. I would use irfan view todo this, or if you have it, Photoshop.

Resizing with irfanview
http://www.somewhere-in-time.net/tutorial/irfanview/

If you dont want todo the trouble and you have windows 7, you can use paint.
http://www.jerrylabella.com/paint_how_to.htm
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Resize-a-picture-using-Paint
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ycguy1117Author Commented:
Thanks, will suggest these.  Appreciate your quick response.
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saurabh_pruCommented:
You can re-size the image in powerpoint and (in the picture toolbar) click on compress pictures to reduce the size ..... you can add the picture toolbar by right clicking anywhere on the toolbar
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