Engage your audience more effectively – add a map to a PowerPoint Presentation to convey complex data in an easy-to-understand way. Just follow these simple steps
Step 1 – Upload your data and create an eSpatial map (Don’t know how? Find out here):
Step 2 – Click on the Print icon in the control panel:
Step 3 – Choose the resolution, the orientation and the size of the pins for the embedded map:
You can also select the WYSWIG option, which will give you a default landscape map (NB: you cannot choose orientation or pin size in this mode):
Step 4 – Click Download, select Save File and click OK:
Your file, with the default title, will be saved to the Downloads folder.
Step 5 – Open the page in your PowerPoint document where you want to embed your map:
Step 6 – Click the Insert tab in PowerPoint and then Picture:
Step 7 – Find the map JPEG file that you exported from eSpatial and click Insert:
The map JPEG will be inserted into your PowerPoint document.
Click and hold on map to reposition it. You can also add explanatory text, as above.
TIP: Remember you can add a Hyperlink to any picture in PowerPoint. Simply right click on the image, select Edit Hyperlink and paste a URL into the blank Address bar. Get the URL of your eSpatial map by clicking the share button on the control panel, then the option Shared Publicly. Copy the map link and paste into your picture in the PowerPoint. Now when the map image is clicked, you will be taken directly to the interactive map.
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