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    Phill Jones commented  · 

    When trying to download slides as PDF with PicsArt and noticing that some slides have a black background that turns white in the PDF, there could be a few reasons behind it.

    Firstly, ensure that the transparency of the black background is preserved during the conversion process. If the background is transparent rather than solid black, the PDF conversion might default to a white background.

    Additionally, consider the settings or formatting of the slides within PicsArt. Some slides may have a solid black background, while others might have a transparent background with black content layered on top. In the latter case, the PDF conversion process might interpret the transparent background as white.

    To address this issue, review the export or save settings in PicsArt for any options related to background color or transparency. Adjusting these settings accordingly could help preserve the black background during PDF conversion.

    If the problem persists, explore alternative methods or software for converting the slides to PDF while maintaining the black background. Experimenting with different tools or formats within PicsArt might offer a solution that meets your needs.
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