Google Slides is a presentation program included as part of a free, web-based Google Docs office suite offered by Google since 2006 within its Google Drive service. Google Slides is available as a web application, mobile app for Android, iOS, Windows, BlackBerry, and as a desktop application on Google's ChromeOS.
Google Slides defaults to a commonly used size but different monitors have different aspect ratios, so sometimes we need to adjust the slide size. This post will teach you how to change the height and width of slides in Google Slides with different devices.
How to Change Slide Size in Google Slides with Computer
No matter you are using Mac or Windows system, as long as you open the Google Slides in your browser, you can use the Google Slides at will. Please follow the steps below and you will know how to change slide size in Google Slides with your computer.
Step 1. To change slide size with Google Slides, you need to open the Google Slides first. You need to log in with your Google account. If you don't have a Google account, you can sign up one.
Step 2. Go into the Slides home, click the "Plus" button under the "Start a new presentation" list. This will create and open your new presentation.
Step 3. Click the "File" > "Open" button to open the presentation that you need to change the slide size. If your files are all PDF files, you can use the "PDF to PPT" tool in EasePDF to convert PDF to PPT and then open it by Google Slides.
Step 4. Click the "File" > "Page setup" to adjust the height and width of slides in Google Slides. You may need to scroll down the menu to find the option.
Step 5. In the "Page setup" page, click the drop-down button to change the height and width according to your computer screen.
Step 6. If you need to change the slide size in Google Slides manually, you can click the drop-down menu displaying the current size. Click the "Custom" button and then enter the size you desire to change your presentation to. You can click on the drop-down button to adjust the measurement to change to inches, centimeters, points, or pixels.
Note: You can't change the slide size within the iOS or Android apps. If you want to adjust the size of your slides, you need to open the slides with Google Slides on your computer.
How to Edit Slides in Google Slides with Android
With the Google Slides app, you can create, edit, and collaborate with others on presentations from your Android phone or tablet directly.
Step 1. Go to the Google Play Store and search the Google Slides app. Then download and install the app. The Google Slides app will appear on your Home screen.
Step 2. After installing the app, open the app and login with your Google account, and tap the "+" sign to create a new presentation. Or click the icon in the upper left corner to open the slides on your local device.
Step 3. After uploading the file, you can choose what you want to add, and then tap the "Text", "Image", "Shape", or "Line" button.
Step 4. Meanwhile, you can also move, resize, rotate, crop, or mask images within the Google Slides mobile apps.
How to Edit Slides in Google Slides with iPhone & iPad
In addition to using Google Slides on computers and Android phones, you can also create, edit, and collaborate with others on presentations from your iPhone or iPad with the free Google Slides app.
Step 1. Open the App Store on your iPhone or iPad.
Step 2. In the top search bar, search Google Slides. Then click the download button to download the app and install it.
Step 3. Open the Google Slides app on your iPhone or iPad and click the "+" sign to create a new presentation. Or click the icon in the upper right corner to open the slides on your local device.
Step 4. After uploading the file, you can choose what you want to add, and then tap the "Text", "Image", "Shape", or "Line" button according to your needs.
Google Slides is a popular way for computer, Android, and iOS users to edit the slides. After reading this post, we hope you can make it easier to use Google Slides then you will be able to make an excellent presentation by using this tool.