Use PowerPoint Photo Album to chronicle corporate or personal events

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Those charming slideshows that people make for wedding couples to highlight their lives before the nuptials aren’t the only reason to use PowerPoint’s Photo Albums. Corporations create similar slideshows to celebrate or chronicle corporate events, then place them on the company’s Intranet for all the employees to enjoy. They also use Photo Album slideshows for kiosks, trade show booths, and other marketing events to showcase the company and its products.

PowerPoint makes this task super-easy with its intuitive menus and dialog screens that walk you through the process, prompting you for responses along the way. It all starts with the Photo Album button on the Ribbon menu under the Insert Tab. The following instructions explain this feature in detail.

Select photos

Image you work for a sports medicine company who wants to chronicle the company retreat for the corporate Intranet, and then use that same Photo Album slideshow for its kiosks in shopping malls across the country to advertise the benefits of exercise and fitness. With smartphones everywhere, there’s never a shortage of photographs. So, after all the pictures are uploaded to the company server, the first thing you must do is browse through the hundreds of options and select the best pictures for the project.

1. Create a folder called Corporate Retreat.

2. Copy 100 or so of the best-quality, image-appropriate photos into this folder.

3. Open a blank presentation in PowerPoint (don’t worry, this file will be discarded).

4. Select Insert > Photo Album > New Photo Album.

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5. On the Photo Album dialog screen, click the File/Disk button.