Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
1. In a content placeholder, or in the Images group on the Insert tab, click the
2. In the Insert Picture dialog box, browse to and click the file you want. Then do one
of the following:
Click Insert to insert the image on the slide.
In the Insert list, click Link to File to insert an image that will update
automatically if the image file changes.
In the Insert list, click Insert and Link to insert an image that you can manually
update if the image file changes.
To insert an online image ➤
1. In a content placeholder, or in the Images group on the Insert tab, click the Online
2. In the Insert Pictures window, click the online source (Office.com, Bing Image
Search, a SharePoint site or online storage folder, or one of the available linked
3. Enter a keyword in the search box and then press Enter , or browse to the picture
you want to insert.
4. Double-click the image you want to insert.
Tip You change the size, shape, layout, and location of images by using the same
techniques that you use with other graphic elements and in other Office 2013 programs.
After you insert an image on a slide, you can modify it in many ways. For example, you
can crop or resize an image, change the image’s brightness and contrast, recolor it, and
apply artistic effects to it. You can apply a wide range of preformatted styles to an image
to change its shape and orientation, and also to add borders and picture effects.