How to highlight image area in PowerPoint

01.01.20  •  #PowerPointTips

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Showing a screenshot of a website is a common thing to do in PowerPoint presentations nowadays. However, most of the time you want to draw the attention of the audience only to certain areas of the image. A good practice is to darken the image as a whole and only highlight the areas you want your attendees to focus on. In this week's PowerPoint tip video we give you a step by step guide on how to achieve this effect without Photoshop or any image editing skills!


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Daniel Amerbauer

Daniel is the Co-founder and CEO of SlideLizard. Perfectionist by nature, but also a passionate designer and developer.



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