Launch PowerPoint and access your presentation. Double-click on the image, then from “Picture Tools” select “Picture Tools Format,” then “Color.” Select “Set Transparent Color,” then once the pointer changes, click on the color you wish to make transparent.
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How to make a picture's background transparent
- Step 1: Insert the image into the editor. ...
- Step 2: Next, click the Fill button on the toolbar and choose Transparent. ...
- Step 3: Adjust your tolerance. ...
- Step 4: Click the background areas you want to remove. ...
- Step 5: Save your image as a PNG.
Right-click the rectangle and select Format Shape from the context menu. Select Fill → Picture or texture fill and click on Insert picture from → File... to choose an image file. Use the transparency slider to make the picture as transparent as you want.
On the toolbar, select Picture Format > Remove Background, or Format > Remove Background. If you don't see Remove Background, make sure you have selected a picture. You might have to double-click the picture to select it and open the Picture Format tab.
Double-click on the image, then from “Picture Tools” select “Picture Tools Format,” then “Color.” Select “Set Transparent Color,” then once the pointer changes, click on the color you wish to make transparent.
To add a picture to your PowerPoint slide, click on the Insert ribbon. In the Images grouping, choose Pictures, Online Pictures, or Screenshot. Select the image you want to add, then click Insert. The image will appear on the current slide.
You can also click and hold the cursor on the photo to drag around the slide until the location is perfect. Click on the picture and repeat the photo insert process for the second overlay image. Now drag the corners to reach the desired size and drag the photo around the slide until the desired position is achieved.
Right-click the shape and choose Format Shape. The Format Shape panel opens. In the panel, open the Fill section. Select the Transparency slider and drag rightward to set the degree of transparency you want.
Because when you download the PNG from the Previewer Window, the PNG LOSES the transparency information.
Click the Picture Tools Format tab. In the Adjust group, click the Transparency down arrow and choose one of the preset options or click Picture Transparency Options.
You can confirm that your file has been converted by pressing edit on the image on your device from the Apple Photos app (see below) If the background turns black then transparency has been maintained. If it stays white then the image has been converted to a JPG file.
Step 2: Using the 'Picture Format' in PowerPoint
Click on the 'Picture Format' option to see an array of settings that let you edit a picture. Notice the 'Transparency' option in the picture format settings.
A PNG is meant to be a high quality file that loses resolution only when it's time to edit it. Unfortunately, in order to edit it extensively, it needs to be converted into a more manageable file type.
Providing the image you have created / have been working on is transparent in the first place, using the "Resize" or "Resample" tools in any major image editing package (e.g. PhotoShop, PaintShop Pro and so on) should not affect (or lose) the transparency at all.