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Powerpoint How do I reduce presentation size, yet keep project

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Powerpoint: How do I reduce presentation size, yet keep project quality? All the training videos and books just give me the basics.

I am using 50+ full frame pictures (1024 x 768) in a presentation. I am saving photo as JPEG- in Image Options: Quality level 12 (high quality) Can I save it in a lower lever and Powerpoint will still project the image well?

What do I do to reduce files size,
- do you compress the jpeg
- do you save the jpeg Image Options: Quality at 8, 10 or 12?
- Linking images, should I, will it save file size?
- what resolution should the photos be?

Anything to help me control the file size and keep quality.
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Mac
Expert:  Freddy M. replied 7 years ago.
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