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Slides and layouts

Change the page orientation

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Change the page orientation in your PowerPoint presentation to landscape or portrait layout.

  1. Select Design.

  2. Select Slide Size > Custom Slide Size.

  3. Select Portrait > OK.

  4. In the next dialog box, you can:

    • Select Maximize to take full advantage of the space available.

    • Select Ensure Fit to make sure your content fits on the vertical page.

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Change the page orientation in PowerPoint between landscape and portrait

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