Add an image and scale it in a Microsoft PowerPoint chart.
To add an image into the background of a chart in PowerPoint, you need to follow these steps:

1. Select the chart that you want to modify. You can do this by clicking on it or using the arrow keys to navigate to it.
2. Go to the Format tab under Chart Tools on the ribbon. This tab contains options for customizing the appearance of your chart.
3. Click on the Fill button in the Shape Styles group. This will open a drop-down menu with different fill options for your chart area.
4. Choose Picture or Texture Fill from the menu. This will allow you to insert an image from your computer, online sources, or predefined textures as the background of your chart.
5. Click on the File button under Insert from and browse to the location of the image that you want to use. Alternatively, you can click on the Online button to search for images on Bing or other online sources, or click on the Clipboard button to use an image that you have copied previously.
6. Adjust the transparency, offset, scale, and alignment of your image using the sliders and buttons under Picture Options. You can also apply artistic effects, color corrections, and compressions to your image using the buttons under Adjust.
7. Click on the Close button when you are done. Your chart will now have an image as its background.

You can also add an image into the background of a slide or a text box using similar steps. However, you need to go to the Design tab under Slide Tools or Drawing Tools instead of the Format tab under Chart Tools. Add an image and scale it in a Microsoft PowerPoint chart.. Microsoft PowerPoint tutorial.

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