Though Google Slides have standard size for slides that we normally see everywhere, there may be some rare instances where we want to change the size of slides in Google Slides. In this guide, we will show you how to change the slide size easily in Google Slides.
Google Slides offer you 4 variants of slide sizes including the standard 4:3 aspect ratio. The others are Widescreen with 16:9 aspect ratio, the second variant of widescreen with 16:10 aspect ratio, and a custom size option to enter the values (in inches/centimeters/points/pixels) you need. You can use any of these sizes as per your need and design your presentation easily. Let’s see how we can change the size of slides in Google Slides.
How to change Slide Size in Google Slides
Changing Slide Size on Google Slides is a no-brainer. In Google’s terminology, it is called Page Size. To change slide size on Google Slides,
- Click on the File
- Select Page setup
- Select the size you want
- Click on Apply
Let’s deep dive into the process and change the slide size.
In the Google Slides page, open a presentation (old/new) and click on the File button on the top-left of the page and then select Page setup from the options you see.
It will open a small Page setup dialog box. Click on the drop-down button to select the size of your slides. If you click on Custom from the size options, you need to enter the values of your needed size. After selecting a slide size, click on Apply to make the changes take effect.
Every slide of the presentation will now change to the size you set to. You can do it any number of times and make the presentation better.
If you are selecting the custom size, you need to know the values exactly in inches or centimeters, or pixels, or points. If you don’t have clarity on that, it is recommended to go with the available sizes.
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We hope this guide helps you in changing slide size on Google Slides.