How To Make Google Slides Vertical

If you’ve ever worked on Google Slides and wished that your presentation could be in a vertical format instead of the traditional horizontal layout, then you’re in luck. Google Slides allows you to change the orientation of your slides to vertical with a simple tweak in the settings. In this blog post, we will guide you through the steps to make your Google Slides vertical.

Steps to Make Google Slides Vertical

Here are the steps you can follow to change your Google Slides orientation:

Step 1: Open Google Slides

Open the Google Slides presentation that you want to change the orientation for. If you’re beginning a new presentation, simply open Google Slides and begin a new project.

Step 2: Select “File” from the Menu

Once your Google Slides is open, navigate to the menu bar at the top of the page. Click on the “File” option in the top left corner.

Step 3: Go to “Page setup”

After you’ve clicked on File, a dropdown menu will appear. Scroll down this list until you find “Page setup” and click on it.

Step 4: Change the orientation

A dialog box will appear after you’ve selected Page setup. Here, you’ll find options for the slide’s dimensions and orientation. Click on the “Landscape” button and a dropdown menu will appear. Here, select the “Portrait” option to change your slide to vertical format.

Step 5: Apply to all slides

After you’ve selected the Portrait option, click on “Apply to all slides” to ensure that all your existing and future slides take on this new vertical layout.

Step 6: Enjoy your vertical slides

Now you can enjoy your vertical Google Slides presentation. It’s that easy!


Changing the orientation of your Google Slides to vertical is a simple process that gives you more options for your presentations. We hope this guide has been helpful. Happy slide-making!