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Wednesday, January 16, 2019

How to Get a Picture Behind Text in PowerPoint

Adding pictures to your PowerPoint presentation can make it more visually appealing. However, when you first add a new image, it covers up whatever else is on the slide, including text. Here’s how to move pictures and other objects backward and forward to create the layering you want.

Sending an Image Behind Text

If you haven’t already, go ahead and open the PowerPoint presentation you’ll be working with and hop over to the slide with the text and image.

We’ll go over layering images in a bit, but right now we will just be working with a single image and some text.

image in front of text in ppt

As you can see in the image above, The Geek image is covering the “How-To Geek” text. To put the image behind the text, first, click the image to select it and then go to the “Format” tab.

Format tab

Over at the “Arrange” section, click the “Send Backward” button. A drop-down menu will appear with two options.

send to back options

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