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What is Presentation format?


Presentations are the process of presenting a topic to an audience, typically with the aid of projected images and slides. This manner of presenting was pioneered by Microsoft PowerPoint, perfected by Steve Jobs and gained mass appeal by TED

We at Piktochart want presentations to be fun, so we're providing a solution to create your presentations as an infographic.

Piktochart's Presentation format is a series of blocks which fit the 4:3 aspect ratio of typical presentations. The size of each block is fixed at 800px(w) x 600px(h). Note that the height of these blocks in this format cannot be changed.

You can go into Piktochart's Presentation Mode easily and quickly from the Piktochart output page. Read this article for a step-by-step on how to enter presentation mode from the Piktochart output page. 

An added feature for using Presentation format is easy to export for sharing on SlideShare. This option is found under Share in the editing screen.

If you're a Pro user, you can choose to download in PDF Presentation blocks and present it offline. Happy Piktochart-ing! :)

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