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How to Fill Screen in Powerpoint

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By David Nield

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PowerPoint gives you the options you need to show your presentation exactly the way you want, including how much of the screen it takes up. To ensure there's no letterboxing (black borders) on your slides when they are displayed, set the slide sizes to match the aspect ratio of the screen you're showing them on -- either 4:3 (traditional) or 16:9 (widescreen). You can also toggle between the windowed and full-screen modes from the slideshow options dialog.

1

Launch PowerPoint, and open the presentation you wish to work with. Alternatively, choose "Blank Presentation" to create a new slideshow from scratch.

2

Click or tap inside the thumbnail list of slides on the left, and then press "Ctrl-A" to select all of the slides in your presentation.

3

Open the "Design" tab on the ribbon menu and choose "Slide Size." Select the aspect ratio that matches the screen you're showing the presentation on. If the primary display doesn't match 4:3 or 16:9, select "Custom Slide Size" to configure the aspect ratio manually (see the Tips section for details).

4

Choose the "Maximize" option when scaling down a presentation to ensure the new slides take up the whole of the output display.

5

Select "Slide Show" from the ribbon menu, and then select "Set Up Slide Show." Tick the box labeled "Presented By A Speaker" or "Browsed At A Kiosk" to force the presentation to run in full-screen mode. Click or tap "OK" to confirm.

References

  • Microsoft Office Support: Change the Slide Size to Standard or Widescreen
  • Microsoft Office Support: Set the 'Playback' Options for a Video in Your Presentation

Resources

  • Microsoft Office Support

Tips

  • PowerPoint uses the 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio by default for all new presentations. To change this to 4:3, save a 4:3 presentation to the main gallery (via "Save Current Theme" on the "Design" tab), right-click (or tap and hold) on it and choose "Set As Default Theme." New presentations will then adopt the 4:3 aspect ratio.
  • If you're using a theme included in PowerPoint 2013 or later, you'll find it's designed to switch smoothly between the 16:9 and 4:3 aspect ratios without losing any of your content. If you are using an older theme, you may have to make some adjustments to the positioning and size of your slide elements before the presentation is ready to show.
  • Insert a video clip into your presentation. You have the option to play this within the slide or in full-screen mode. Select the movie, and then open the "Playback" tab under the Video Tools heading to tick or untick the "Play Full Screen" box.
  • These steps have been tested in Microsoft PowerPoint 2013, the latest version as of August 2013. If you are using an alternative version of the software, the process may be different.

Writer Bio

An information technology journalist since 2002, David Nield writes about the Web, technology, hardware and software. He is an experienced editor, proofreader and copywriter for online publications such as CNET, TechRadar and Gizmodo. Nield holds a Bachelor of Arts in English literature and lives in Manchester, England.

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