The UpSlide link system can be customized using the following options in Settings>General.
To preserve coherence, all users within a team should apply the same options. If not, exporting or updating on two different machines could yield different results.
The reset button allows you to revert all options to your team default settings.
When UpSlide creates an image from Excel content, the size of this image is by default the same as the size of the source table or chart.
This can be changed by feeding UpSlide a custom resize ratio.
You should not have to change this ratio, but if you do, be sure to change it for all users in your team. If you don't, you will face inconsistencies when working with others.
Resize Chart Height
When you click Resize and Export, the source chart in Excel is resized to fit the available space in PowerPoint. By default, only the width is modified and the height is left untouched.
Check this option to have the chart fit exactly to the available space in both width and height.
For example, with a shape selected in PowerPoint, the picture below shows what happens when exporting without this option (left) and with it (right).
Undo autocolor on Export
When the autocolor feature is active in Excel, the formatting of each cell is modified depending on its content (for example, constant in blue and dates in green).
Use this option to export the original formatting of the cells instead of the autocolored one.
Restore Excel comments visibility
During export or update of Excel data using UpSlide, UpSlide will have to hide comments inside Excel so that they don't show up in the exported images.
By default, all comments in Excel will be hidden after an export or update operation. Enable this option if you want to preserve the visibility state of each comment within Excel.
Please note that this option may slow down the export or update operation.
Custom Recolor on Export
Use this option to force a custom formatting on the exported image. The source Excel cells will keep their formatting, but the resulting image will undergo a series of formatting actions.
This is useful for guaranteeing a coherent look in PowerPoint/Word while retaining some flexibility in Excel.
For example in the image below, all fills are removed, blue fonts and borders are converted to black and all other fonts to grey.