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How to Make Google Slides Portrait

Change slide orientation from landscape

what you need to know

  • Open the presentation in Google Slides. Choose file > page setup.
  • Select the drop-down box that appears. Widescreen 16:9 (or similar horizontal proportions.)
  • Choose custom To rotate the slide vertically, swap the numbers listed in the two boxes. Choose use.

This article explains how to change all slides in Google Slides from landscape (landscape) to portrait (portrait) orientation. It also includes information on how to switch slides back to landscape mode.

How to change slide orientation to portrait in Google Slides

After creating a presentation using Google Slides, it only takes a few minutes to go inside and change the slide orientation from landscape to portrait. This process changes the orientation of all slides in the presentation. There is no way to do this for individual slides. Here’s what you need to do to change the situation.

Go to Google Docs in your web browser. Not possible with Android or iOS apps.

Click the hamburger icon.

click slide.

Google Docs with presentation highlighted

Select the presentation you want to edit.

Google Slides with suggested presentations

click file.

Google Slides with File menu highlighted

click page setup.

Google Slides settings with page highlighted

You may need to scroll down to see this option.

Click the currently displayed drop-down box. Widescreen 16:9.

Google Slides with the Page Setup menu open

Depending on how you set up your presentation, the size may vary.

click custom.

Google Slides with Custom Page Setup selected

Swap the two numbers listed to rotate the slider to a vertical position.

Google Slides with page setup size highlighted

Another way to change the slide size in Google Slides is to enter a number here. 7.5 x 10 inches is recommended for a good-looking vertical image when printed.

click use.

Slides are now moved correctly in vertical perspective.

How to change the slide orientation to landscape

Your presentation is set to portrait mode and now you regret everything? it’s okay It’s as easy as changing the slide back to landscape orientation. Here’s what to do:

Go to Google Docs.

Click the hamburger icon.

Google Docs with hamburger icon highlighted

click slide.

Google Slides highlighted in Google Docs

Select the presentation you want to edit.

Google Slides with the listed presentations

click file.

Google Slides with file highlighted

click page setup.

Google Slides settings with page highlighted

You may need to scroll down to see this option.

click custom.

Google Slides with Page Setup option highlighted

Swap the two numbers listed to rotate the slider to a vertical position.

Google Slides with Page Setup option highlighted

Do you want to resize it another way? Please enter a number here. 10 x 7.5 inches is recommended for a horizontal image that looks good when printed.

click use.

Google Slides with Page Setup option highlighted

Slides are now moved correctly in horizontal perspective.

When you need to use different perspectives in your presentation

You may be wondering why you need to switch between portrait and landscape orientations in Google Slides. We’ve looked at a few key reasons why it’s worthwhile.

  • newsletter. When creating newsletters in Google Slides, portrait orientation is much more readable than landscape orientation. It looks better for everyone and is much easier to carry when printing.
  • various posters. Depending on what you are designing, other posters may look better in portrait or landscape orientation. It is useful to see which one suits your design better.
  • infographic. Similarly, when designing infographics for presentations, charts look better in landscape orientation, and results with a lot of text look better in portrait orientation.

More information

How to Make Google Slides Portrait

Switch the slide’s orientation from landscape

What to Know
Open the presentation in Google Slides. Select File > Page setup.
Choose the drop-down box that displays Widescreen 16:9 (or a similar horizontal ratio.)
Select Custom and swap the numbers listed in the two boxes to rotate the slide to vertical. Choose Apply.

This article explains how to change all the slides in a Google Slides presentation from landscape (horizontal) mode to portrait (vertical) mode. It also includes information on changing the slides back to landscape mode.

How to Change Slide Orientation in Google Slides to Portrait

After you use Google Slides to make a presentation, it only takes a few moments to go back in and change a slide’s orientation from landscape to portrait. This process changes the orientation for all the slides in the presentation; there’s no method for doing it for individual slides. Here’s what you need to do to change things around.

Go to Google Docs in a web browser. You can’t do this on an Android or iOS app.

Click the hamburger icon.

Click Slides.

Choose the presentation you want to edit.

Click File.

Click Page setup.

You may need to scroll down to see this option.

Click the drop-down box currently displaying Widescreen 16:9.

This may be a different size, depending on how your presentation is set up.

Click Custom.

Swap the two numbers listed around to rotate the slide into a vertical position. 

Another way to change the slide size in Google Slides is to enter a figure here. We recommend 7.5 inches by 10 inches if you want to create a portrait image that looks good when printed.

Click Apply.

The slide has now been correctly moved to the Portrait perspective.

How to Change Slide Orientation to Landscape

Is your presentation set up for Portrait mode and you’re now regretting everything? Don’t worry. It’s just as simple to change your slides back to Landscape perspective. Here’s what to do.

Go to Google Docs.

Click the hamburger icon.

Click Slides.

Choose the presentation you want to edit.

Click File.

Click Page setup.

You may need to scroll down to see this option.

Click Custom.

Swap the two numbers listed around to rotate the slide into a vertical position. 

Want to change the size in a different way? Enter a figure here. We recommend 10 inches by 7.5 inches if you want to create a landscape image that looks good when printed.

Click Apply.

The slide has now been correctly moved to the Landscape perspective.

When to Use Different Perspectives on Your Presentation

You may be wondering why you need to switch between Portrait and Landscape perspective with your Google Slides presentations. We’ve looked at a few key reasons why it can be worthwhile doing.

Newsletters. If you’re creating a newsletter in Google Slides, a portrait view is often far better for reading than landscape. It looks better for everyone and is far easier to hold too if you’re printing it out.
Different posters. Depending on what you’re designing, different posters can look better either in Portrait or Landscape perspective. It’s useful to be able to see which looks better for your design.
Infographics. Similarly, if you’re designing an infographic for your presentation, graphs will look better in Landscape while more text-heavy results will look better in Portrait.

#Google #Slides #Portrait

How to Make Google Slides Portrait

Switch the slide’s orientation from landscape

What to Know
Open the presentation in Google Slides. Select File > Page setup.
Choose the drop-down box that displays Widescreen 16:9 (or a similar horizontal ratio.)
Select Custom and swap the numbers listed in the two boxes to rotate the slide to vertical. Choose Apply.

This article explains how to change all the slides in a Google Slides presentation from landscape (horizontal) mode to portrait (vertical) mode. It also includes information on changing the slides back to landscape mode.

How to Change Slide Orientation in Google Slides to Portrait

After you use Google Slides to make a presentation, it only takes a few moments to go back in and change a slide’s orientation from landscape to portrait. This process changes the orientation for all the slides in the presentation; there’s no method for doing it for individual slides. Here’s what you need to do to change things around.

Go to Google Docs in a web browser. You can’t do this on an Android or iOS app.

Click the hamburger icon.

Click Slides.

Choose the presentation you want to edit.

Click File.

Click Page setup.

You may need to scroll down to see this option.

Click the drop-down box currently displaying Widescreen 16:9.

This may be a different size, depending on how your presentation is set up.

Click Custom.

Swap the two numbers listed around to rotate the slide into a vertical position. 

Another way to change the slide size in Google Slides is to enter a figure here. We recommend 7.5 inches by 10 inches if you want to create a portrait image that looks good when printed.

Click Apply.

The slide has now been correctly moved to the Portrait perspective.

How to Change Slide Orientation to Landscape

Is your presentation set up for Portrait mode and you’re now regretting everything? Don’t worry. It’s just as simple to change your slides back to Landscape perspective. Here’s what to do.

Go to Google Docs.

Click the hamburger icon.

Click Slides.

Choose the presentation you want to edit.

Click File.

Click Page setup.

You may need to scroll down to see this option.

Click Custom.

Swap the two numbers listed around to rotate the slide into a vertical position. 

Want to change the size in a different way? Enter a figure here. We recommend 10 inches by 7.5 inches if you want to create a landscape image that looks good when printed.

Click Apply.

The slide has now been correctly moved to the Landscape perspective.

When to Use Different Perspectives on Your Presentation

You may be wondering why you need to switch between Portrait and Landscape perspective with your Google Slides presentations. We’ve looked at a few key reasons why it can be worthwhile doing.

Newsletters. If you’re creating a newsletter in Google Slides, a portrait view is often far better for reading than landscape. It looks better for everyone and is far easier to hold too if you’re printing it out.
Different posters. Depending on what you’re designing, different posters can look better either in Portrait or Landscape perspective. It’s useful to be able to see which looks better for your design.
Infographics. Similarly, if you’re designing an infographic for your presentation, graphs will look better in Landscape while more text-heavy results will look better in Portrait.

#Google #Slides #Portrait


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