PowerPoint Tutorials: How to Use PowerPoint Maps in Websites
Finding a high resolution editable map on the internet is not easy. And more often than not, you will probably have to start tracing one from a copyright low resolution image.
But we have the answer to that! Get editable country maps with district level details only from 24point0 and see for yourself how they make your life easier.
Maps made in PowerPoint can also be used on your website to depict data and statistics, global as well as regional. Since all 24point0 maps are editable, you can edit them to display the information you need and then publish them to your web site.
So let’s show you how much easier it is with our maps:
- Let’s assume that you already have one of our map products. If not, you can always buy from our slide store. The checkout process is uncomplicated and it takes less than 10 minutes for you to start downloading your purchase.
- Now open the PowerPoint product using Microsoft Office PowerPoint, preferably using the 2010 version.
- Next, right click on the map, select Group and then select Ungroup. Or you can just select the map and press Ctrl+Shift+G (Windows) or Cmd+Shift+G (Apple Mac) on your keyboard. This will ungroup your map and now you can select any part of the map - country, states, cities, etc.
- Depending on your needs, you may now resize, add icons or even change the colors and save any part of the map for your use.
- In order to save a part of the map as an image, follow these simple steps:
- Select part of the map you need to use
- Right click and select Save as Picture…
- A dialog box will appear. You can choose to save it either as a JPG or PNG or any other format from
the Save as type dropdown option.
Tip: Save it as PNG if you need to have a transparent background.
- Hit save and it will be saved on your local drive. You can now open this image using an image editor like Photoshop and optimize the image size, dimensions, etc. as you see fit for your blog, content page, Facebook page, Twitter, Pinterest, etc…
like the example below.
Now you know that PowerPoint is not only for business presentations. Good Luck!
Read more on how to use PowerPoint:
How to Use PowerPoint Maps for Print
How to Add Tools to Quick Access Toolbar in PowerPoint
How Do I Embed a Video from My Computer into My Presentation?
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