Removing a distracting background from an image enables your audience to concentrate on the subject. Microsoft PowerPoint offers a suite of standard photo editing and enhancing devices– consisting of one that allows you eliminate the background from a picture.
Initially, open PowerPoint and insert the image (Insert > > Picture) that contains the background you want to eliminate.
Next, click the “Format” tab that appears when the photo is inserted.
In the “Adjust” group, select the “Remove Background” option.
When selected, the background of the photo will come to be magenta while the foreground continues to be untouched. The section of the image highlighted with magenta is the area to be gotten rid of.
PowerPoint is generally respectable about precisely highlighting the appropriate areas you would certainly anticipate to be eliminated from a picture, but as you can see from the listed below screenshot, it’s not always 100 percent precise.
The good news is, we can by hand note components of the picture that we ‘d like to remove or maintain by choosing “Mark Areas to Remove” or “Mark Areas to Keep,” specifically, from the “Refine” team.
In this instance, we’ll get rid of the remainder of the wood history from our image, so we’ll choose “Mark Areas to Remove.”
As soon as selected, your cursor will certainly alter to a drawing pencil. Click and also drag the cursor around the locations you want to get rid of (or keep). Once ended up, click anywhere outside the picture, and also the changes will certainly be shown automatically.
Make certain to save your presentation (File > > Save), so you do not shed your changes.