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by klj / March 20, 2006 12:28 PM PST

What is the best and simplest way to import multiple .jpg pictures into powerpoint?

Thank you,

K Jenkins

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Re: powerpoint
by Kees Bakker / March 20, 2006 6:29 PM PST
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K,

Repeating the best and simplest way to import ONE jpg into Powerpoint, I'm inclined to say.

Kees

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by John.Wilkinson / March 21, 2006 12:13 PM PST
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I'd go Insert->Picture->From File, navigate to the directory that houses the pics, then select them all (hold down 'ctrl' while clicking each one you want), and clicking Import. The downside to that is that each one will be on top of the next on a single slide, so you'll have to deselect the lot, then select them one by one and drag them where you want them. If on a separate slide, you'd have to cut-and-paste them to the proper location. Thus, in some cases it would be best to 'import' them one at a time.

Hope this helps,
John

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