Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
If you are importing an outline from an MHTML-format Web page that contains pictures,
the pictures are also imported into PowerPoint. If importing from a regular HTML ﬁ le, you
cannot import the pictures.
If you need to show a live Web page from within PowerPoint, try Shyam Pillai’s free Live Web add-in, found at www.
After inserting a few slides into a presentation, and perhaps building some content on
them, you might decide to make some changes, such as rearranging, deleting, and so on.
The following sections explain how to manage and manipulate the slides in a presentation.
Before you can issue a command that acts upon a slide or a group of slides, you must select
the slides that you want to affect. You can do this from either Normal or Slide Sorter view,
but Slide Sorter view makes it easier because you can see more slides at once. From Slide
Sorter view, or from the Slides pane in Normal view, you can use any of these techniques to
To select a single slide, click it.
To select multiple slides, hold down the Ctrl key as you click each one. Figure 3.5
shows slides 1, 3, and 6 selected, as indicated by the shaded border around the
To select a contiguous group of slides (for example, slides 1, 2, and 3), click the ﬁ rst
slide, and then hold down the Shift key as you click the last one. All of the slides
in between are selected as well.
To cancel the selection of multiple slides, click anywhere outside of the selected slides.
To select slides from Outline view, click the slide icon to the left of the slide’s title; this
selects the entire slide, as shown in Figure 3.6. It’s important to select the entire slide and
not just part of its content before issuing a command such as Delete, because otherwise,
the command only affects the portion that you selected.