Step 3 Customize Time Interval Other Settings
Step 1- Create a Folder with All Wallpapers
Before we begin, you must have all the wallpapers in one place. Create afolder and copy all the pictures and wallpapers you want to use for theslideshow on your desktop in this folder. Make sure it’s easily accessible.
Step 2- Enable Wallpaper Slideshow
1. Open Settings on your computer either through the Start menu or by using Win + I shortcut. 2. Here, click on Personalization. 3. On the next screen, select Background from the sidebar at left. 4. Now, click on the drop-down menu below Background and select Slideshow. 5. Then, click on Browse. 6. Select the folder containing photos you want to use for the slideshow.
Step 3- Customize Time Interval & Other Settings
1. Now, click on the drop-down menu below Change picture every. 2. Choose the time interval you want the wallpapers to change automatically. You can select from 1 minute to as long as 1 day. 3. Furthermore, enable Shuffle if you want the pictures to appear as wallpapers in random order instead of appearing sequence-wise. 4. Then, choose the fit for your wallpaper. Fill is usually good for full-screen wallpapers. However, you can also try Tile and Center to see what suits you the best.Also, make sure to enable “Let the slideshow run even if I’m on batterypower,” especially if you’re using a laptop. If not, your machine won’t enablethe wallpaper slideshow unless it’s plugged into a power source.
Access the Developer Tab
Before you can use the check box form control in Microsoft Excel, you need tomake sure that you have access to the Developer tab. If you don’t see this tabat the top of Excel, it takes only a minute to add it.Right-click anywhere on your Excel ribbon and select “Customize the Ribbon”from the drop-down list. Alternatively, you can click File > Options >Customize Ribbon from the menu.On the right side of the window, under “Customize the Ribbon,” make sure “MainTabs” is selected. Then in the list below it, check the box next to the“Developer” option.Click “OK” and then close the Excel Options window.RELATED: How to Add the Developer Tab to the Microsoft Office Ribbon
Add Your List of Items in Excel
The best way to begin your checklist is to add the list items. Even though youcan always add or remove items later, this gives you the start you need to addyour checkboxes. And you can, of course, add any row or column headers thatyou need.
Add Check Boxes for Your List Items
The action part of a checklist is the checkbox. And this is where theDeveloper tab comes into the mix, so be sure to select that tab. Go to an itemon your list and click the cell next to it where you want a checkbox.In the ““Controls” section of the ribbon, click the “Insert” button. Pick the“Checkbox” option in the “Form Controls” area.You’ll then see your cursor change to crosshairs (like a plus sign). Drag acorner, and when you see your checkbox display, release.By default, the checkbox will have a label attached to it which you will notneed for a basic checklist. Select that text and hit your “Backspace” or“Delete” key. You can then select the checkbox control and drag a corner toresize it if needed.
Add the Remaining Checkboxes
Follow the above steps to add checkboxes to your remaining list items. Or fora quicker way, use AutoFill to copy the checkboxes through the cells of yourother items.To use AutoFill, put your cursor on the bottom-right corner of the cellcontaining the checkbox. When you see the Fill Handle (plus sign), drag tofill the additional cells and release.* * *For marking off a list of to-dos, making a gift list and checking it twice, ortracking bills you pay each month, creating a checklist in Excel is a greatway to go!And if you like the list idea, how about adding a drop-down list in MicrosoftExce,l too?How to Set Virtual Backgrounds in ZoomHome desks are seldom clutter-free and organized. On bad days, it looks like amini-tornado has ripped through it. And it gets worse when you receive aninvitation for a Zoom video call in the middle of it. The perfect recipe for apanic attack, I’d say. But before you let that set in, how about you handle itcalmly and put on a virtual background for your Zoom meeting? Yep, you readthat right.Zoom’s virtual background feature is cleverly designed to mask yourbackground. That way, whether it’s a disorganized shelf or a hallway,everything stays hidden.The edge detection is spot on, and you won’t find strange patterns or maskjutting out of place. So, you should try out the virtual backgrounds in Zoom,and we shall tell you where to start. And yes, we also have a few greatbackgrounds for you to use on your video conferences and meetings. All you need to do is download them through the link at the bottom of eachimage.Let’s get started.
1. Select Object Using Magic Select Tool
For that, follow these steps:Step 1: Open your image in Paint 3D.Step 2: Click on the Magic Select tool present in the top bar.Step 3: A selection box will appear. Use the corners or sides of the box toselect the portion of the image whose background you want to change. Thenclick on Next on the right side.Step 4: Paint 3D will automatically detect the object inside the selection. Ifyou are satisfied with the selection, click Done on the right side. Otherwise,use the Add or Remove tools also present on the right side to modify theselection.Click on the Add tool and then select the part of the image that you want toadd to your selection. Similarly, click on Remove tool and click the area thatyou want to remove.Step 5: Once you press the Done button, you will see a new box appears outsidethe selected image indicating that it’s now a separate object. You can use thevarious tools present on the box to rotate or flip the image.
2. Remove Background in Paint 3D
There are two ways to remove the background.
Method 1: Delete Background
Step 1: With the image selected, drag it outside of the background using yourmouse.Step 2: Click on the Select tool at the top and select the entire background.You will see dotted lines appear around the selection.Step 3: Now, either click on the Delete button on the right side or press theDelete key on your keyboard.Step 4: You will see that the background turns white. Click on the object onceand drag it back on the white background.We have successfully removed the background. It’s time to make the backgroundtransparent. For that, follow the steps mentioned in the ‘Make whitebackground transparent’ section below.
3. Make White Background Transparent
Finally, when you have your image on a white background, you can make ittransparent. For that, click on the Canvas option at the top and enable thetoggle for Transparent canvas present on the right side.Tip: Right-click on the image and select Canvas options. Then enableTransparent canvas.Once you do so, you will see that the white background disappears and yourimage becomes transparent. However, we are not done yet. A very crucial step of saving the image follows.
4. Save Transparent Image
With the background out of the way, it’s time to save our final image. Forthat, follow these steps:Step 1: Hit the Menu icon and select Save as from the menu with the format asImage.Step 2: Next, you need to make sure two things. First, the drop-down box underSave as type should be showing PNG (image). If it’s showing any other format,change it to PNG (image). Secondly, the Transparency box should be checked.Saving the file in PNG format is extremely important. If you save in JPG,which is different from PNG, you will lose the transparency.Tip: In case you forget to make the white background transparent using Canvasoptions, check the box next to Transparency when saving the image. That shoulddo the trick.Step 3: Finally, click on the Save button. You will be asked to assign a nameand choose the save location. Congratulations! Your image with a transparentbackground is ready.Note: Even though we are making the background white first and then removingit, you need to follow all the steps mentioned above for images with the whitebackground too.