Are you trying to get slides from Powerpoint into Premiere Elements -- or are you trying to get videos from Premiere Elements into Powerpoint?
If the latter, the best thing to do is use Share/Computer/WMV (with the LAN preset) to export a Windows Media Video file. This is the ideal format for use as video in a Powerpoint presentation.
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In timeline view put the video on a different track above the clip for the slide in which you want to overlay it. Select the clip and click the Properties button. Open up Motion and then use the Position and Scale controls to define the size and location of your video. What I do is to put in approximate numbers and then use the mouse to drag and resize the video further.
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Neale has given you the steps to get your PiP into your frame. In this case, I created the "frame" with a shape, but you already have that element, and only need to match the Motion>Position and Motion>Scale to it:
Here is a "custom frame," that was created in PS for each of my images (could be stills, or video):
Now, if your frame is viewed at an angle, you will need to skew your PiP to match, and the Effect>Corner Pin is very useful for doing that to match the four points of your frame. One sees this often, where the "frame" is sitting on say a table, and has a tilt to it, or where one is inserting the PiP into a TV set's bezel. This is very easy with newer TV's, but one can also do it for older CRT TV's, with a Track Matte that matchs the bezel of the older TV.