Answered By: Stephanie Folse
Last Updated: Oct 30, 2015     Views: 16

To download images from ArtStor to PowerPoint, you have to go through a particular process because of copyright. Here are the steps:

1. First, select all the images you want to export to your presentation in ArtStor. You can do this by creating an account in ArtStor. Once you have created the account, select all the images, and create a new image group (click on the image below to see a larger version):

Screen shot showing how to create an icon group.
2. After you create an image group for your presentation, go to the tab labeled “Organize” and open that image group. Above the selected images, you will see a screen icon that looks like this (click on the image below to see a larger version):

Screen hot showing where the screen icon is.

3. ArtStor will explain to you how many images you can load over a period of time and ask if you agree to the terms. After that, it will load your images into a PowerPoint presentation.

ArtStor also has its own presentation software (which is very easy to use and free) that you can obtain from the ArtStor database. It allows for more functionality and features. It operates pretty much like PowerPoint.

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