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I made a logo/monogram on ppt and tried to save it as JPEG but whenever I try to save it, the picture became very fuzzy. Can anybody teach me how to save it in high resolution so that I can actually use what I made?

 

Thank you for ur help!

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Right click on the image and select "Format Picture"

 

The second tab is "Size" - click the box next to "Best Scale for Slideshow". Then you can select a higher resolution from the drop down menu.

 

Hit "OK" and then try to save it again.

 

Let me know if that doesn't work and I will give you my email address so you can send it to me and I can try it.

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You may have to click on the pieces and group them together so that they are all one piece.

 

To do this you should click on one part and hold down control while you click on another part, then right click and look for grouping - then click group.

 

I think that might work!

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You may have to click on the pieces and group them together so that they are all one piece.

To do this you should click on one part and hold down control while you click on another part, then right click and look for grouping - then click group.

I think that might work!
Thanks for your help!! That's what I needed to do before saving etc...I'm still learning:) Thanks soo much!

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Right click on the image and select "Format Picture"

The second tab is "Size" - click the box next to "Best Scale for Slideshow". Then you can select a higher resolution from the drop down menu.

Hit "OK" and then try to save it again.

Let me know if that doesn't work and I will give you my email address so you can send it to me and I can try it.

AWESOME thanks for this tip! I have been having the same problem saving my monogram...I will try this when I get home!

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Originally Posted by KatyKo View Post
You may have to click on the pieces and group them together so that they are all one piece.

To do this you should click on one part and hold down control while you click on another part, then right click and look for grouping - then click group.

I think that might work!
Another easy way to group images is to draw a big square around all the pics. This "highlights" all the images (you can see the handles around each picture). Then select "Group".

Extrememly helpful when you have a "background" image that is covered with other images and you can't get to it!

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