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Most PowerPoint presentations are in landscape format where the slides are wider than they are tall. But, occasionally you might need to turn your presentation on its side and make it portrait orientation. Lets do just that in this quick video. In PowerPoint lets start off by finding the Design tab on PowerPoints ribbon and click on it. On the far right side lets find the Slide Size option and now lets click on it. Go ahead and click on Custom Slide Size to open the settings. Lets go ahead and choose the Portrait option to turn it effectively 90 degrees. Now well need to choose between Maximize and Ensure Fit. These thumbnails kind of explain the two options for reformatting slides. You can either Maximize, or Ensure Fit by scaling things down. I typically choose Ensure Fit to convert my slides. Ill go ahead and press OK. Either direction we choose means that if you have a presentation that is already developed. Youll need to spend some time reformatting and rearranging the c