Mixed portrait and landscape slides
It will be great if power point had the ability to mix portrait and landscape slide formats in a single presentation and also to have the ability to create slides of different sizes in the same presentation. This would be of great use to for designers to present their portfolios since their works won't have consistent orientation and size formats.
These ideas would be worthy in powerpoint for desktop, but people are more oriented towards smartphones, might work well with android too.
I agree. Microsoft says "Currently it's not possible to mix landscape and portrait slides in the same presentation, but we describe a workaround below." Now that ppt is used as much (if not more in my organisation) for paper-based reports, the ability to combine landscape and portrait pages is really important.
Alan Coons commented
I would love to see this functionality. When should we expect it???
Brice Bozier commented
This is certainly something I would like to see (having got to this forum by searching on how to have both orientation within my presentation!). As word allows, it's often useful just to have the odd page with a different orientation as the data you're presenting lends itself better to this...
Dennis Menezes commented
I suppose the option was there in the old versions of Powerpoint, like 2010.
Juan Hernandez commented
I would really appreciate if this were available for power point,
This is something that has been needed for a very long time. It is something so obvious I cannot believe it hasn't been implemented before this.
It will be great if power point had the ability to mix portrait and landscape slide formats in a single presentation
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Agree. Obviously this is a simple request that might have coding implications, but we customers are getting impatient waiting for implementation of simple concepts that would make the product work better for us.
Simon Witkiss commented
Would also solve the ability to have 4:3 and 16:9 slides in the same deck.
completely agree. seems like an obvious one.