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How to share your slides as a virtual background on Zoom- Virtual Office

Updated: Jan 6

Deliver presentations in a more professional way with the new beta feature Zoom recently released. Instead of sharing your screen, you can now upload your presentation directly to Zoom and use it as your video background for an immersive sharing experience. Presenting your presentation as a virtual background will allow you to position yourself wherever you want on the screen, manage your presentation directly from Zoom and finally stop asking if everyone can see your presentation.

To look more professional, create a virtual office with your slides as a virtual background.




Sharing your presentation as a virtual background

1. Go to Share Screen (the green button in the middle of the meeting controls)

2. Advanced

3. Slides as Virtual Background

4. Select the PowerPoint presentation from your computer

5. Open


Your presentation will be shown as your virtual background. If your video is on, it will be imposed over the slides.

* Transitions, animation, or sound are not supported at the moment.




Managing the slides and video

  • You can reposition your video by dragging it around and resize it by dragging the corners around the video. You can also do that by clicking on the ... in the presentation menu.

  • You can navigate through your slides with the arrowes in the meeting controls.

  • If you want to remove the video from the slides click on the ... and Split Video from Slides. To re-impose your video click Merge Video and Slides.

  • To look more professional, create a virtual office with your slides as a virtual background with Pizazz.


Requirements for sharing slides as a virtual background

  • Zoom desktop client for Windows / MacOS, version 5.2.0, or higher.

  • Make sure your device meets the basic requirements for Zoom Virtual Backgrounds

  • PowerPoint / Keynote installed locally.

  • The viewer should also have version 5.2.0 or higher.

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