Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Editing Your Presentation
Zoom the slides in or out.
Using the Slide Sorter view makes deleting slides
only a keystroke away. Simply select the slides you
do not want and press the Delete key. Optionally,
after selecting the unwanted slides, press Delete.
Double-click a slide to display the slide in
Before you can manipulate the slides, you need to
select them. Simply click once on an individual
slide. Selected slides have a heavy border around
them. If you want to select multiple slides, do one
of the following:
If you accidentally delete the wrong slides,
immediately click the Undo button on the
Quick Access Toolbar or press Ctrl+Z.
To select a sequential group of slides, click
once on the first slide, hold down the Shift
key, and click the last slide in the group. All
the selected slides display a heavy border
You might decide that you would rather display
slides in a different order than you originally
created. First select the slide you want to move and then
drag the slide into a new position. As you drag the
mouse, a solid line indicating the new slide position
appears between two slides, as seen in Figure 15-4.
When you release the mouse button, the selected
slide moves into the new position.
To select a non-sequential group of slides,
click once on the first slide, hold down the
Ctrl key, and click on each additional slide
you want. In Figure 15-3, slides 3, 5, and 6