Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Ending a Slide Show with a Closing Slide
Click Duplicate
Selected Slides in the
Oriel layout gallery
to create a new
Slide 2, which is a
duplicate of Slide 1
(Figure 1–56).
new Slide 2 is
selected and is a
duplicate of Slide 1
consists of 5 slides
Figure 1–56
Break Point:
If you wish to take a break, this is a good place to do so. You can quit PowerPoint now (refer to page
PPT 50 for instructions). To resume at a later time, start PowerPoint (refer to pages PPT 4 and PPT 5 for instructions),
open the i le called Saving Energy (refer to pages PPT 50 and PPT 51 for instructions), and continue following the steps
from this location forward.
To Arrange a Slide
The new Slide 2 was inserted directly below Slide 1 because Slide 1 was the selected slide. This duplicate slide
needs to display at the end of the presentation directly after the i nal title and content slide.
Changing slide order is an easy process and is best performed in the Slides pane. When you click the slide
thumbnail and begin to drag it to a new location, a line indicates the new location of the selected slide. When you
release the mouse button, the slide drops into the desired location. Hence, this process of dragging and then drop-
ping the thumbnail in a new location is called drag and drop . You can use the drag-and-drop method to move any
selected item, including text and graphics. The following step moves the new Slide 2 to the end of the presentation
so that it becomes a closing slide.
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