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How to change the size of a Google Slide?

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Google Slides is a presentation program by Google, it allows its users to create and edit presentations and work with other team members as well. Presentations on Google Slides can be opened and edited by multiple users at the same time. It is a part of the web-based free Google Docs Editors suite.

If you are using different devices like monitors or projectors to give your presentation then it is possible that it might not be a good fit for those screens. You don’t have to worry about that because Google Slides allows its users to change the size of the slides, you can use aspect ratios Standard 4:3, Widescreen 16:9, Widescreen 16:10 and if you want any other size then you can choose customer sizing for the slides.

In this article, we have discussed how to change the size of a slide on Google Slides in a few simple and easy steps.

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Changing the size of a slide on Google Slides

If you are making a presentation and you think the slides are bigger or smaller and you don’t know how to change it s size. Follow the steps below to know how to change the size of a slide in Google Slides.

Step 1: Open your Google Slides presentation in which you want to change the size of the slides or you can create a new one and enter your data in it.

Step 2: In the drop-down menu, click on the Page Setup option.

Step 3: In the Page Setup box, click on the tab with the aspect ratio of the slides.

Step 4: Choose the aspect ratio from the menu that you see fit for your presentation, if you want a size that is not in the list then you can choose the Custom option and enter the dimensions you want for the slides in your presentation.

Step 5: After choosing your desired aspect ratio for the slide click on the Apply button.

The size of the slide will change to the aspect ratio you have chosen for the slides in your presentation.

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