Re: can you turn off the smoothing when you zoom into bitmap image

Ah such a pain.

Thanks a million for your help though :-)

"TAJ Simmons" wrote:

You cannot turn off this smoothing / anti alias thing powerpoint does with

There is however, one workaround


TAJ Simmons
Microsoft Powerpoint MVP
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"tyronki" <tyronki@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
I have small bitmaps to add to a presentation. I wish to add a few bitmaps,
draw some lines and arrows etc and then save the whole image as a new

My problem is that powerpoint smooths out the pixels in the bitmaps I add.
Is there any way to stop this?


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