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  • #1070
    julie lynn try
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    sounds silly but i need a basic “help” in how to use a png or jpg file without it filling in the background of the image to white??? the entire box gets filled in and it’s never transparent enough – is there documentation or how to or best practice? have been all over your site and cannot find it. might be missing something simple – thanks for your help!

    #1071
    julie lynn try
    Participant

    okay, so i found that the only way i could get this to work without it turning dark or filling in the entire box is to…
    1. create the image in powerpoint.
    2. create as a color, ie, not light gray or white
    3. set background to ‘no background’
    4. save as png file

    #1085
    Bartosz
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    And that’s exactly what you should do. Jpeg images don’t support background transparency, while png files do.

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