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Powerpoint Image Quality Loss: What You Should Know

The image loss increases the size file size, compressed images are  more compact and faster to load. If you have an image you want to compress to keep it from being fuzzy, you're not alone. Some people don't like the way PowerPoint presents the image at the center of the slide. This is when PowerPoint loses the  quality that you and the rest of the world expect in a PowerPoint slide. You can change this in PowerPoint (right click (control key)) to the preserve quality when saving in Word, Excel, PowerPoint. However, I do not think that it's a recommended practice. When you convert an image, the quality will not be the same. This is why Microsoft has come up with a feature to compress low quality images used on PowerPoint slides. You can get a better result with PowerPoint than you do with saving it to your computer. The image is still there, but it gets replaced by a high quality version. This is the ability to compress PowerPoint images using the program. This is not an official update to PowerPoint, it's a tool to make the PowerPoint look better. What's happening under the hood? Microsoft's compression method works best when a computer can't read the image files and compress them. This makes sense as a file format like PNG can't be displayed to the Windows operating system directly. In this case, Microsoft's software takes a pass, just like they do when saving a compressed file on your computer.  What is a compression tool like? When a computer makes a file smaller by removing information, it creates a lossy file. This is usually a lossy file because it has to compress what it can and leave more information as a result. When a computer makes a file smaller by removing information, it creates a lossy file. This is usually a lossy file because it has to compress what it can and leave more information as a result. What does it mean to “compress”? When you compress, you are taking information out of a file and putting in something else. It can involve moving parts of the file down or adding information.  When you compress, you are taking information out of a file and putting in something else. It can involve moving parts of the file down or adding information. “How” to do it in PowerPoint Using PowerPoint's advanced options, you can optimize the image for the size of the screen and still save it to your hard disk.