Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Deleting slides
FIGURE 21.24
Select slides in the Outline pane by clicking the slide icon to the left of the slide title.
Click here
to select
all the text
on the slide
Deleting slides
You may want to get rid of some of the slides, especially if you created your
presentation using a template that contained a lot of sample content. For example,
the sample presentation may be longer than you need, or you may have inserted your
own slides instead.
Select the slide or slides that you want to delete, and then do either of the following:
Right-click the selection and choose Delete Slide.
Press the Delete key on the keyboard.
Undoing mistakes
Here’s a command that can help you in almost all of the other chapters in this topic:
undoing. The Undo command allows you to reverse past actions. For example, you can use it to
reverse all of the deletions that you made to your presentation in the preceding section.
The easiest way to undo a single action is to click the Undo button on the Quick Access
Toolbar or press Ctrl+Z. You can click it as many times as you like; each time you click it,
you undo one action.
Search JabSto ::

Custom Search