By Ellen Finkelstein
When you want to insert a photo into PowerPoint, you should think about how you can edit that photo to improve it. For example, you might want to:
You can usually do these tasks in PowerPoint. Since PowerPoint 2010 added a Remove Background feature (shown here), you often don’t need to leave PowerPoint.
But you may not have PowerPoint 2010 and the feature sometimes leaves rough edges.
And you may find the tools elsewhere to be better or easier to use. So here’s a list of free photo-editing tools. Of course, you can use them for your personal photos or any other use, not just for PowerPoint.
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