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Step 1: How To Size, Larger & Smaller, Manually. 100% (original size) Size = 5.24” x 6.98” . 3% Size = .16” x .21” (sized original to 3% using image properties). How Make 3% Size. 1. Right-Click image and choose FORMAT PICTURE. 2. Go to the SIZE tab 3. In SIZE section enter value.

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Step 1 how to size larger smaller manually l.jpg

Step 1:

How To Size, Larger & Smaller, Manually


100 original size size 5 24 x 6 98 l.jpg
100% (original size)Size = 5.24” x 6.98”


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3% Size = .16” x .21”(sized original to 3% using image properties)


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How Make 3% Size

1. Right-Click image and choose FORMAT PICTURE

2. Go to the SIZE tab

3. In SIZE section enter value


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Step 2:

How To Size Smaller with Animation(and have good results)



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How Animate 100% to 3%

1. Apply Emphasis Animation, Grow/Shrink, to object

2. Go to the EFFECT tab

3. In SIZE section enter value


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Step 3:

Problem Sizing Larger with Animation


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Problem = Pixelization

  • As we will demonstrate in a few slides, PowerPoint does not have the ability to enlarge an image without severe pixelization. It cannot even “grow” the image back to its 100% size – even though the 100% size has all the data.

  • On the next slide is an example of this how a small image can have all of the data to accurately display at a larger size.


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Manually Resize to 100%

1. Here is the image reduced to 3% using the FORMAT PICTURE >> SIZE dialog

2. Here is 3% resized to 100% using the FORMAT PICTURE >> SIZE dialog

So, the information is there, put PowerPoint cannot access it when using the Grow/Shrink animation….

* To see this:

- Right-click the small image and go to FORMAT PICTURE.

- Go to the SIZE tab and change the 3% to 100%

- Done


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Step 4:

Sizing Larger with Animation(but getting poor results…)



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  • The results are bad, but the formula is important

  • Being able to figure out how to enlarge an image is important, even if the previous slide’s results were unusable.

  • The next slide shows the formula to figure out how to enlarge an image to your needed size.


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Grow Equation

  • Example:

    • Original Size = 50 pixels wide

    • Target Size = 1,000 pixels wide

    • Grow shrink = 1,000 / 50 = 20 + move decimal two places to right = 2,000% (This will be within 1-2 pixels of accurate size)

  • Ballerina Image:

    • 3% Size .16” x .21”

    • 100% Size = 5.24” x 6.98”

    • Grow/Shrink = 5.24” / .16” = 32.75 + move decimal two places to right = 3,275%(Go to previous slide check animation settings)


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Download Part II:

An Animation Solution to Grow/Shrink Images


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