Time and effort in creating a new presentation can be reduced by borrowing existing slides, their content, and even their formatting, from another presentation. In this online movie, you will know how to access the reuse slides function to borrow existing slides from another presentation, and even borrow slide formatting to be applied to your new presentation.
- [Voiceover] Have you ever been creating a slide…in Powerpoint and thought to yourself,…hey, I've seen this before.…Maybe, I've done this before.…Perhaps the content you're creating in your presentation…already exists in another presentation.…In that case, you might want to use this shortcut…to reuse slides.…That's what we're going to do with…our Landon Hotel presentation, here.…Landon Hotel 01, 03, if you're catching up.…I'm just gonna click over here in the left,…down below the second slide.…That's where the slides we're going to borrow…will appear after our second slide.…
Now I want you to notice something when we do this.…Check out the formatting.…We have that kind of woven background.…You can see the fonts that are being used,…all part of the theme.…And when we go to get those slides,…by going to the New Slide drop-down arrow,…give it a click,…you'll see reuse slides down at the bottom.…All we have to do is now navigate to that presentation,…and, I happen to have one for you here…in the chapter one folder of your exercise files,…
- Animating objects with the Animation Painter
- Creating custom shapes and animations
- Playing sounds
- Accessing recent files fast
- Reducing file size
- Customizing the interface
- Navigating from the keyboard
- Adjusting spacing
- Creating 3D images
- Coordinating transitions
- Reusing slides
- Saving and sharing presentations
Skill Level Advanced
1. Top Ten Tips
2. Tips for File Management
Access recent files quickly4m 25s
3. Customize the User Interface
Customize the UI4m 21s
4. Keyboard and Mouse Shortcuts
5. Work with Text and Media
6. Work with Objects and Animations
7. Share Presentations
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