Tips for choosing the size, format and colors of your image. Also, ideas for where to get an image for your template.
When choosing an image for your template you might want to consider...
Keep in mind that you have a lot more horizontal space than you have vertical space. You might want to make your template longer than it is tall. For example, if you're making a table with 8 rows and 3 columns, swap the rows and columns to make it a 3 rows and 8 columns instead.
What colors will pop out on your canvas background? Dark colors may not show up well.
Do you want a .jpg image or a .png image? Use the table below to help you decide.
|A .jpg image will always have a solid background.||A transparent .png image will have a transparent background.|
To get a template image you can
Microsoft PowerPoint can export both .jpg and .png images. Use the shapes in the Insert toolbar to design your own template.
Once you're done creating your design
Once you have your image, follow the instructions in the Adding images article to add it to your canvas.
Afterwards, follow the steps in the Creating your own template article to convert it into a template.
Here's a sample template to get you started:
*The template will download as a .zip file, which you can browse to and open in Span Workspace.
Last updated: January 16, 2019