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Setting Handout and Slide Orientation
Setting Handout and Slide Orientation
Orientation refers to the direction on the page the material runs. If the top of the paper
is one of the narrow edges, it’s called Portrait; if the top of the paper is a wide edge, it’s
Landscape. Figure 17.7 shows the difference in handout orientation. To change this setting,
on the Handout Master tab, click Handout Orientation.
FIGURE 17.7
Portrait (left) and Landscape (right) handout orientation.
You can also set the slide size, either the Widescreen setting (16:9) or the Standard setting
(4:3). PowerPoint 2013 defaults to Widescreen, both for the slides themselves and for the
slide images on the handouts. To adjust this setting, on the Handout Master tab, click Slide
Size and make your selection of Standard or Widescreen, or click Custom Slide Size to open
the Slide Size dialog box and set a custom height and width. See Figure 17.8.
FIGURE 17.8
You can set any slide size and orientation combination in the Slide Size dialog box.
 
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