Presentation of images on a Windows Desktop

I have a couple of JPG images that I want to put on top of my Desktop.

Not as part of the Desktop background, but I want them to float on top of the desktop (I am taking a picture of the desktop, and need to do this for demonstration purposes).

I would do this with either PPT or Paint, or even Word.  But I do not want a header of the software that contains the image to show.

Is there a way to put a floating image on my desktop?

Anthony LuciaAsked:
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Raymond PengSystems EngineerCommented:
What program are you using to share your desktop? Is this a presentation you are conducting through webex or in person? With webex like presentation, you can choose the portion of the screen you want to share. Clearslide is another software that does that. For in person demonstration you could use windows photo viewer and run it in slide show mode.

Not exactly sure what you're trying to accomplish here.

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