Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Editing a Presentation
Editing a Presentation
Getting information onto your slides is only half the battle. The rest of your
work lies in organizing the collection. This chapter focuses on your
presentation as a whole—how to do things like work with and order the slides
you’ve created; add footers, page numbers, and other recurring elements; and build
links that jump between slides. You’ll also learn about sections, new in PowerPoint
2010, and great for dividing long presentations into separately designed chunks.
Finally, if you collaborate with others, you’ll see how to make comments on slides and
how to compare and merge different versions of the same presentation.
Copying, Rearranging, and Deleting Slides
As your presentation grows, you’ll want to work with slides at a bird’s-eye level—
adding, reordering, cutting, and even temporarily hiding slides (great for trying out
variations between Slide A and Slide B). This section explains all.
Copying a Slide
Copying is one of the oldest tricks in the world of digital documents, and
PowerPoint makes it just as easy as you’d expect. You can make an exact copy of any slide
and insert it wherever you want in the presentation. To copy a slide, first select it in
either the Slides pane or the Slide Sorter view. Then follow these quick steps:
1. PressCtrl+C.
That’s the quickest way to copy; menu fans can select Home Copy or, for those
looking for the long keyboard shortcut route, press Alt, H, C, C.
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