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This tutorial shows how to insert a picture/image into Microsoft PowerPoint & to save the slide as a HIgh Resolution JPEG.

Some setings in the Windows registry needs to be added in order to save high resolution images for PowerPoint.

Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 is used to demonstrate this.


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32 thoughts on “Microsoft PowerPoint : Export slide as a High Resolution JPEG image

  1. Hi there, I followed the steps but only ended up with a 206dpi image instead of 300dpi…can you help me problem solve? thanks.

  2. Thank you very much for such a clear Solution,
    Can I request your permission to refer this link in Google's LG Connect Community?

  3. Thanks a bunch. This was just what i was looking for as my exports are going to be used as a background imaging for monitoring 🙂

  4. Thank you so much dear friend, searched for the same & got it – well explained & demonstrated practically, even for a novice; working perfectly – Regards

  5. when you drop down PowerPoint, I can see only Addins. Under that I have HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftOfficePowerPointAddinsOneNote.PowerPointAddinTakeNotesService.
    how should I proceed?

  6. hi was trying it out When I reached to PowerPoint ,I don't get the option of Options. Please help in that case what should I do?

  7. Hi, I have a question

    When a small window asks "All slides" or "This slide only" can you choose all slides or will it not work if you try to export it all at once in high resolution?

  8. Hi, Is it possible when you save the picture as JPEG in high resolution , that we get only the image in full and not the background of the image as if to say it looks like the picture is pasted in word document. I hope you understand what I mean to say…..

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