by Allen Wyatt
(last updated January 30, 2014)
As you are developing a presentation, you may want to add a video to a particular slide. In fact, a video may be crucial to your presentation. Fortunately, Google Presentation makes it easy to put a video clip into any slide you want. The only catch is that the video must have previously been uploaded to YouTube. (How to upload a video to YouTube is beyond the scope of this tip, but help on doing so is readily available at the YouTube site.)
Once the video is on YouTube, follow these steps to add it to your presentation:
Figure 1. The Insert Video dialog box.
Once the video is in a slide, you can treat it like just about any other object, meaning you can resize it and move it around, as desired.
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