Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Waktu Maghrib

Change Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 export to image resolution

By default save as image file will get you 96 dpi. To change this follow this step:
  1. Start REGEDIT (Run Regedt32.exe)
  2. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\X.0\PowerPoint\Options (For X> above, substitute 16.0 for PowerPoint 2016, 15.0 for PowerPoint 2013, 14.0 for PowerPoint 2010, 12.0 for PowerPoint 2007 and 11.0 for PowerPoint 2003) 
  3. Add a new DWORD value named ExportBitmapResolution and set its DECIMAL value to the DPI value you want (for example, for a 3000 pixel image from a 10" wide slide, you'd enter 300) 
  4. Close REGEDIT, start PowerPoint and test.
I'm using 250 dpi.

Acting Upon Al-Qur’an

Abu ‘Abdul-Rahmān Al-Sulami stated, 

“Those who taught the Qur’ān – such as ‘Uthmān ibn ‘Affān, ‘Abdullāh ibn Mas’ood and others – told us that when they learned 10 verses from the Prophet SAW they would not go beyond them until they had learned the knowledge contained in them and how to apply it in deed. Hence, we learned the Qur’ān and the deeds together.” 

[Tafsīr ibn Kathīr]