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Great graphic design is the secret super power behind many content creators. However, for many content creators, graphic design is either too time consuming to tackle or too expensive when outsourced to professional designers. Luckily, Canva has made creating your own custom designs much easier. In this tutorial, our team of design experts will cover how to import Canva designs into Google slides.
How to Import Canva Designs into Google Slides
1. Locate Your Canva Design You Want to Transfer to Google Slides
Get the design that you want to import into your Google slides. Here we are using some letterheads.
2. Click on the “More” Option Under the Share Option
Go to the share option and scroll down to the more option.
3. Search for the Google Drive App
Search for the ‘Google Drive’ in the more options search bar.
4. Connect Your Canva Account to Your Google Drive
After clicking on the Google Drive icon, you need to connect your Canva account to your Google Drive.
5. Save Your Design into Any Folder in Your Google Drive
It will allow you to save your design into any of the folders available in your Google Drive.
6. Select PPTX for the File Type
You need to select the file type as Microsoft Powerpoint. This is a must
7. Click on “View in Google Drive”
After adding the design to the Google slides, you can click on the ‘View in Google Drive’ option, and here is how your design will look in Google Drive. You can also edit the details of the designs the same way you edit anything in the presentation.
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