When the PowerPoint software first opens, you’ll see the workspace with a white square in the centre. It includes two text boxes: “Click to add title” and “Click to add subtitle”. When working with photos only, you don’t want text boxes…at least not these ones.
I’m often asked how I create my book covers using PowerPoint. I’d like to give a short, simple answer, but the answer is far from short and nowhere near simple if you’ve never used a photo manipulation program before.
PowerPoint is the ultimate tool for writers who self-publish their work, for bloggers and others who create websites and printed material. And it comes free with MS Word. Crop, enhance and edit images, create buttons and banners, design book covers and make headers for any webpage, including Facebook.