Adding images to your PowerPoint presentation can be more visually appealing. However, if you add a new image for the first time, everything else on the slide, including text, will be obscured. To move images and other objects back and forth to create the desired layer:
Send an image behind text
If you have not already done so, open the PowerPoint presentation that you use to work and bounce To the slide with the text and the picture.
We will overlay the images a bit, but at the moment we are working only with a single image and text.
As you can see in the image above, the geek image hides the text "how-to-geek". To place the image behind the text, first click on the image to select it, and then go to the Format tab.
tab In the Arrange section, click the Send Back Button button. A drop-down menu appears with two options:
Send Backward sends the image back. Move to Back places the object behind any other objects on the slide. For now, choose "Return" (we'll talk a little more about the layer image).
Now your picture will be behind the text.
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Alternatively, you can right-click on the object, click the arrow next to" Move to Back, "and then select" Move to Back. "
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Let's say we have three objects, and we want to layer them in a way that serves their purpose. As an example, we give The Geek a name tag. We will use three objects:
- An image of the how-to-geek logo
- A solid white rectangle
- A text field with black text inscribed "The Geek"
What we want is for it thought the picture on the back, the white rectangle in front of the picture and the text in front of the white rectangle. However, we first created our text and the white rectangle and then inserted our image so that the image stands above all else.
Note: Yes, we know that we could type text in the text box white rectangle shape for simplicity, but we make it a simple example of layering.
First, we want to select the image logo and send it all the way back, since all other objects are desired to appear before it. Select the image, right-click it, and then choose "Back" (or use the button on the Format tab.)
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However, you can read here hidden behind the white rectangle. Then select the white box, right-click on it and this time select "Send Backward" from the "Send to Back" options.
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We now have this.
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While the likelihood of naming a logo in a presentation is rather low, image layering is an important part of working with more complex slides.