Want to rotate text and images in PowerPoint to make them fit better in your presentation? Here’s how to do it.
Microsoft PowerPoint is one of the most popular presentation platforms out there, and for good reason. There’s so much you can do with PowerPoint to make sure you get your message across the way you want.
When you’re working on a presentation, texts and images don’t always have to follow the typical format. If you want to spice things up by rotating your text and images, you can do just that. This article provides instructions on how to rotate text and images in Microsoft PowerPoint.
Rotate text in PowerPoint
If you’re looking for a way to bring more life to your PowerPoint presentations, here’s an easy way to do it. Follow these steps to rotate text in PowerPoint:
- Open a PowerPoint presentation.
- Insert a text box by selecting Insertand then click Text box.
- Drag your mouse and place it where you want to place your text box.
- Type your text in the text box.
- Click on the curved arrow above your text box and rotate it to the desired position.
Rotate an image in PowerPoint
Rotating images in PowerPoint allows you to make use of the space you have in your slides. This is how you create an impressive presentation. The process is quite simple. Here’s how to do it:
- Launch PowerPoint.
- Insert an image by clicking Insertand then select Pictures.
- Choose where to insert the image.
- Select the image and go to Image format.
- In the To agree section in the main menu, click To spin to view your rotation options.
- If there is an exact rotation angle you want to achieve, click More rotation options.
- Use the arrows in the Rotation on the right to adjust the angle of your image.
To save time on PowerPoint, you can also rotate freehand by clicking and dragging the curved arrow above the image.
Create engaging PowerPoint slides
If you want to create a great PowerPoint presentation, finding new ways to place your text and images can help you do that. Fortunately, the instructions in this article will help you add character to your presentations by rotating your text and images.