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How to export
from PowerPoint
to website,
email or blog
www
Open PowerPoint file with an icon
e.g. our handwritten icons sample
http://www.infodiagram.com/freesample
Open PowerPoint file with an icon
e.g. our handwritten icons sample
http://www.infodiagram.com/freesample
Open PowerPoint file with an icon
e.g. our handwritten icons sample
http://www.infodiagram.com/freesample Modify the icon,...
Select the icon (right mouse click)
and save it as bitmap picture
Select the icon (right mouse click)
and save it as bitmap picture
Choose file type:
Choose file type: PNG format (allows picture transparency)
Choose file type: PNG format (allows picture transparency)
JPEG format (smaller file size with photographs)
Use the saved bitmap picture
in your application:
• upload to your website
www
@
Use the saved bitmap picture
in your application:
• upload to your website
• attach to an email
www
@
Use the saved bitmap picture
in your application:
• upload to your website
• attach to an email
• share on your fanpage
on...
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How export PPT icons to website

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Exporting PowerPoint vector handdrawn icons for website, blog, fanpage. Can be applied also to printed or electronic publications, fanpage graphics design or email graphics.
Just use Save As function in Microsoft PowerPoint.
This is example how you can make unique step by step guide using sketch icons yourself.

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  1. 1. Visuals by infoDiagram.com How to export from PowerPoint to website, email or blog www
  2. 2. Open PowerPoint file with an icon e.g. our handwritten icons sample http://www.infodiagram.com/freesample
  3. 3. Open PowerPoint file with an icon e.g. our handwritten icons sample http://www.infodiagram.com/freesample
  4. 4. Open PowerPoint file with an icon e.g. our handwritten icons sample http://www.infodiagram.com/freesample Modify the icon, if needed. You can change its color, outline, drop shadow…
  5. 5. Select the icon (right mouse click) and save it as bitmap picture
  6. 6. Select the icon (right mouse click) and save it as bitmap picture
  7. 7. Choose file type:
  8. 8. Choose file type: PNG format (allows picture transparency)
  9. 9. Choose file type: PNG format (allows picture transparency) JPEG format (smaller file size with photographs)
  10. 10. Use the saved bitmap picture in your application: • upload to your website www @
  11. 11. Use the saved bitmap picture in your application: • upload to your website • attach to an email www @
  12. 12. Use the saved bitmap picture in your application: • upload to your website • attach to an email • share on your fanpage on Facebook, Google+, blog … www @
  13. 13. Visuals by infoDiagram.com This explanation was made using infoDiagram editable icons. Enrich also your presentations.
  14. 14. Visuals by infoDiagram.com See more editable visuals at infoDiagram.com This explanation was made using infoDiagram editable icons. Enrich also your presentations.
  15. 15. Visuals by infoDiagram.com See more editable visuals at infoDiagram.com This explanation was made using infoDiagram editable icons. Enrich also your presentations. Try free sample of editable PPT graphics
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