Although Microsoft PowerPoint is used almost exclusively for presentation purposes, it is also great for creating interesting and visually attractive brochures. To create and print a tri-fold using PowerPoint.
Creating tri-folds in PowerPoint
Good news – there are templates! This is the fastest and easiest way to achieve your goal, as various tri-fold templates are available for download online. Browse through the template library, select the one you want and download it. When you have downloaded it, open it and you will be greeted by two slides.
These slides contain text and images for the clipboard, but the layout is exactly what you need a tri-fold brochure. You just have to replace the content with your own. Let's take the first column of slide 2 as an example.
As you can see, here we have three parts – the header (1), some descriptive bullets (2), and an image (3). Replacing the header and bulleted content with your own is easy. Just click on the appropriate text box, delete the contents of the clipboard and enter your text.
To replace the picture, select it and right-click on it. Click on "Change image" in the displayed menu.
In the submenu, select the source of your photo.
select it and paste it. Then the boilerplate image in the column of the slide is replaced.
Repeat these steps for the rest of the content. The first column on the first slide is the front page of your booklet, and the last column of the second slide is the back. Enter your content accordingly.
If you have completely entered the content, you can print it! To print your tri-fold, go to the "File" tab.
In the left pane, select "Print". 
From the Settings menu, choose Print Two-Sided.
] Next, enter the number of copies to be printed and choose "Print".
After you have printed all, make sure they are printed Fold them on the dotted lines.
All you have to do is print the function!