Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Adding an Extra Notes Page for a Slide
The text that you type appears in the notes area. As you create your notes,
you can use any of the PowerPoint standard word-processing features, such
as Cut, Copy, and Paste. Press Enter to create new paragraphs.
Note that there is also a Notes button in the status bar at the bottom of the
PowerPoint screen. You can click this button to hide or reveal notes.
Adding an Extra Notes Page for a Slide
PowerPoint doesn’t provide a way to add more than one page of notes for
each slide. However, these steps show you a trick that accomplishes
essentially the same thing:
1. Create a duplicate slide immediately following the slide that requires
two pages of notes.
To duplicate the slide, move to the slide that you want to duplicate in
Normal View and press Ctrl+D to duplicate the slide.
2. Click the Notes Page button in the Presentation Views group of the
View tab.
The Notes Page for the new duplicate slide appears.
3. Delete the slide object at the top of the duplicate notes page.
To do so, click the slide object at the top of the page and press Delete.
4. Extend the notes area up so that it fills the page.
To extend the notes area, just drag the top-center love handle of the
notes area up.
5. Type the additional notes for the preceding slide on this new notes
page.
Add a heading, such as “Continued from slide 23,” at the top of the text
to help you remember that this portion is a continuation of notes from
the preceding slide.
6. Return to Normal View.
Click the Normal button in the Presentation Views group of the View tab.
7. Open the Slide Show tab on the Ribbon and then click the Hide Slide
button in the Set Up group.
The Hide Slide button hides the slide, which means that it isn’t included
in an onscreen slide show.
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