Conversion of a PowerPoint to a JPEG With a High Resolution

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Microsoft PowerPoint is a tool that helps users make slide show presentations. PowerPoint can also be used to create what's known as a "JPEG" file -- a type of image file. This is a good function to have when you want to upload a portion of your slide show (or the whole thing) to a website or share a particular portion via e-mail. One problem that you may encounter is a loss of resolution, which happens because PowerPoint's default setting is to compress all image files.

Skill level:
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Instructions

  1. 1

    Open Microsoft PowerPoint, then open the slide you want to turn into a high-resolution JPEG.

  2. 2

    Click "File," "Save As."

  3. 3

    Select the JPEG format by clicking on the "Save As Type" box and choosing "JPEG."

  4. 4

    Click the "Tools" button, located in the top-right corner of the "Save As" dialogue box. A new drop-down menu will appear.

  5. 5

    Look for the "Compress Picture" option and make sure that it is unchecked. If it is checked, you'll lose quality, because PowerPoint will make the file smaller by removing resolution. Click "Save." An option will come up asking you if you want to export the current slide or the entire presentation. Choose whichever one you want, then click "OK."

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