When creating a presentation, it’s often crucial to choose the right orientation for your slides. While the horizontal or landscape format is most commonly used, there are instances where a vertical or portrait orientation might be more suitable. In this blog post, we’ll explore how to make Google Slides vertical.
Why Use Vertical Slides?
Vertical slides can be an effective choice for certain types of presentations. For example, they’re ideal for displaying portrait photos, infographics, or content with a lot of bullet points. Moreover, vertical slides can make your presentation appear more like a document or report, which can be useful in some professional settings.
Changing The Orientation of Slides
Changing the orientation of your Google Slides presentation is simple and straightforward. Follow these steps:
- Open your Google Slides presentation.
- Click on the “File” menu at the top-left corner of the page.
- From the drop-down menu, go to “Page setup”.
- In the pop-up window that appears, click on the drop-down menu under “Orientation”.
- Select the “Portrait” option.
- Click “OK” to apply the changes.
Keep in mind that changing the orientation of your slides will affect all the slides in your presentation. If you need some slides to be horizontal and others to be vertical, it’s best to create separate presentations and then merge them together.
Furthermore, remember that using vertical slides may make your content appear smaller when projected onto a screen. Always consider your audience and the viewing conditions when deciding on the orientation of your slides.
Whether you’re creating a personal presentation or a business report, knowing how to change the orientation of your slides can help you deliver your content more effectively. By making your Google Slides vertical, you can diversify your presentation styles and potentially engage your audience in a more impactful way.