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PowerPoint 2013 for Windows enables you to insert online pictures in more than one way. We explored these various options in our Insert Online Pictures in PowerPoint 2013 tutorial. This is the last tutorial of this series, and you will learn how you can use the Facebook option to insert pictures which are uploaded within your Facebook account, straight into PowerPoint 2013 for Windows:Access the Insert tab of the Ribbon, and click the Online Pictures button (highlighted in red within Figure 1). Figure 1: Online Pictures button This will bring up the Insert Pictures dialog box, as shown in Figure 2. Figure 2: Insert Pictures dialog box Notice the Facebook option, shown highlighted in red within Figure 2, above. Note: Don't see a Facebook option within the Insert Pictures dialog box? You will have to add Facebook as a service connected to your Microsoft account. This needs to be done only once. Explore our Add Services in PowerPoint 2013 tutorial to learn more. Similar to the Flickr option, Facebook also does not provide a Search Bar to type in the keywords. Instead, you are provided with different options explained below, as marked in Figure 2 above: A. Manage Click the Manage hyperlink to manage your Facebook account. Learn more in our Manage and Remove Connected Services in PowerPoint 2013 for Winodws tutorial. B. Picture preview This shows you thumbnail previews of the first five pictures within your Facebook account. You can click on any of these thumbnails to insert the picture in your active slide within PowerPoint. C. See more Click this to open the next window in the dialog box to see all pictures within your Facebook account. We clicked the See more hyperlink. This opens the next screen where you can see all photo albums within your Facebook account, under the heading All albums (highlighted in red within Figure 3). Figure 3: Window showing all albums within Facebook account Hover the cursor over any album to see the number of pictures within the album and also see the last updated date, as shown highlighted in blue within Figure 3, above. Click on the album to see the pictures within, as shown in Figure 4. Figure 4: Window showing pictures within the album selected earlier Options within this window are explained below, as marked in Figure 4 above. A. Back to Sites Click this option to get back to the Insert Pictures dialog box (refer to Figure 2, shown earlier in this page). B. Album Here you can see the name (and path) of the Facebook album you selected. If you want to choose another album just click the All albums hyperlink C. Search Result Here you can see all pictures within the album you have selected. D. Picture Info Here you can see the resolution and source of the selected picture. E. Selected Items Here you can see the number of pictures you have selected. Press Ctrl key while clicking on pictures to select multiple pictures. Hover your cursor over the picture to see a magnifying glass icon, as shown highlighted in red within Figure 5. Figure 5: Magnifying glass icon appears over the picture preview Click the icon to preview a larger picture, as shown in Figure 6. Clicking the Insert button (highlighted in red within Figure 6, below) will insert the picture in your active slide. Figure 6: Larger preview of the picture You can also select one or more pictures within the album window shown in Figure 4. Then click the same Insert button to insert the picture(s) in your active slide. The selected picture(s) will then be downloaded and inserted within your slide, as shown in Figure 7. Figure 7: Picture inserted on the slide Make sure to save your presentation. See Also:




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The data breach of Yahoo is one of the worst and most infamous cases of a known cyberattack and currently holds the record for the most people affected. The first attack occurred in 2013, and many more would continue over the next three years.


Before 2013, MySpace used an unsalted hash algorithm to encrypt user passwords. The fixed length of this older SHA-1 algorithm made it extremely easy to crack. Newer password authentication protocols use a salted hash algorithm, which adds a random string of characters to the end of each encryption.


Luckily, MySpace confirmed that all of the stolen data was from before 2013 when the company rolled out newly updated security measures. They were able to invalidate all of the stolen passwords and notify the affected users of the breach.


End of support means regular security updates will no longer be provided. With cyberattacks becoming more sophisticated and frequent, running apps and data on unsupported versions can create significant security and compliance risks. It is highly recommended that customers upgrade to the most current versions for better performance, efficiency, and regular security updates.


Live video and audio recording quality also depend on your camera resolution and internet speed. To get a high-quality result you should update or upgrade hardware with the very best webcam for Mac or PC. Or Use the iPhone as a Webcam on Mac.


Tip: At 50 minutes, everyone receives a chime and message notification that the call is about to end. To extend the call, the host can upgrade their Google account. Otherwise, the call will end at 60 minutes.


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