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10 Low-Cost Ideas for Employee Training

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For the photos in your webinar, you can take your own (make sure you get permission before you start snapping away though) or look to free stock photo sites such as Pixabay, Unsplash, or RawPixel. If you want a more extensive collection of photos to choose from, you can check out iStock (which can run anywhere from $12+ per photo if purchased separately, but the price goes down if you buy the stock photo bundles). To avoid this, you'll have to upgrade to the Standard Edition.

Google Slides: The ULTIMATE guide

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Whilst companies using G Suite can upgrade to a paid version with more business functionality, for the individual user the free version offers all the tools they’re likely to need. Click Publish to the web , select either Link or Embed , and hit Publish. Images typically need to be under 2MB and in JPEG, GIF or PNG format to upload correctly. Use high quality photography- not stock photo clichés: .