We often see a kind of picture effect--that is the combination effect of original picture and picture Mirror, some books, magazines, TV show more. The graphics and text effects applied to each major medium are also achievable in PowerPoint, and it's simple, and here's an example of how you can create mirror effects in PowerPoint.
First select the original picture that you want to create a mirror, right-click the Copy command, right-click the Paste command, then select the copied picture and drag the picture to the left or right position corresponding to the original picture to perform a horizontal flip, and you will see the picture mirroring effect created successfully
Steps are as follows
Open a PowerPoint presentation, select the original picture you want to create a mirror, right-click, and select Copy from the pop-up Drop-down list.
Click the right mouse button, and in the Drop-down list that pops up, select the Paste command.
You can see that the copied picture floats above the original picture, selects the copied picture, and drags the picture to the left or right position corresponding to the original picture. Here we drag the picture to the right of the original picture.
To select the copied graphic, go to the Format tab, click the Rotate button in the Arrange Options group, select Flip vertically or flip horizontally as needed in the pop-up Drop-down box, where we choose flip horizontally. You can see that the picture has changed, and the image mirroring effect was created successfully." /center>