Help with Background Graphic Please


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Carmen

I am using .ppt 2002, inserting a .jpg in my master slide
as a background for the deck. It works fine in both slide
sorter view and slide show view, but in normal view (and
while trying to work on the slide), the background does
not show up -- I get a blank white slide. Any help you
can provide would be appreciated.
 
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Daniel

-----Original Message-----
I am using .ppt 2002, inserting a .jpg in my master slide
as a background for the deck. It works fine in both slide
sorter view and slide show view, but in normal view (and
while trying to work on the slide), the background does
not show up -- I get a blank white slide. Any help you
can provide would be appreciated.
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TRY DOING THE STEPS ALL OVER AGAIN(FORMAT, GO TO
BACKGROUND; CHOOSE AUTOMATIC OR MORE COLORS OR FILL
EFFECTS). IF YOU DONT WANT TO TRY THAT, CLICK ON "APPLY TO
ALL" TO HAVE EVERY BACKGROUND FOR EACH SLIDE THE SAME. IT
SHOULD BE THAT SIMPLE. try this hope it works. okay
 
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Echo S

Carmen said:
I am using .ppt 2002, inserting a .jpg in my master slide
as a background for the deck. It works fine in both slide
sorter view and slide show view, but in normal view (and
while trying to work on the slide), the background does
not show up -- I get a blank white slide. Any help you
can provide would be appreciated.
Carmen, since it works fine in two of the views, my suggestion is to
change your hardware acceleration as explained at
http://www.rdpslides.com/pptfaq/FAQ00129.htm and update your video
drivers.
 
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Colleen

If you choose the picture tab in the background fill effects option box, you
can fill the master slide with the JPEG (be sure to check the box to lock
the aspect ratio). It is a good idea to format the picture so that it is
the right size and resolution before you use it. After you create the
master, make sure that all slides are using it. Also see that you do not
have the "omit background graphics from master" box checked.
 

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