Zoom and magnification support in slide show
In reading mode, add an option to zoom in to a slide. I am recieving a powerpoint, but can't see it close enough, even in full screen.
Zoom feature is supported when reading presentations in the edit mode.
For the SlideShow/Presentation View, the feature is under review.
Not available in office 365. Its a smart function to make zoom one slide from another slide
We can now zoom to 400%, is that enough for you? Thanks!
Mufaddal Manaquib commented
While resizing the shapes and other objects in powerpoint. we always face this problem of changing the original proportions. To over come this problem, I suggest something that I call it 'Negative Zoom'.
This feature will let user to resize the objects without altering the original proportions.
How it works?
One can select any resizable object on the slide, Press Ctrl+H and then zoom the slide (by shifting the pointer on the right hand corner of the slide). This was the object will remain freezed while the background will resize.
This will allow easy resizing of objects without actually resizing them.
In power point on-line, please give more options for zoom, add at least 300% to increase size, thank you!
zoom way more or make it abkle to zoom
Make a magnifier glass available for looking at small objects or small parts of an image slide. Ctl + only enlarges the browser text, not the image.
Have a zoom feature when viewing powerpoint slides
It can. This is the computer way use the mouse and your 2 fingers and then your done.
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I cannot see the letters is it can't zoom in
In editing mode, add an option to allow percentage to be typed for display slide size.
As described up top
make it so you can magnify the text easily for people who have trouble reading the text on a projector
on a low res screen the slide doesn't take up much space in the browser since the size is governed by the height not the width. Hovering over the slide and having zoom controls appear at the side would be of huge benefit else I have to open the deck in the desktop app.
Michael Zurkowski commented
This feature would allow the user to control the size of the presentation by adjusting the tab or browser size, and allow them to have other windows up as well. My mainly use presentations for instruction. But I have 3 windows up constantly on display for my students. Slides, timer, and randomizer.