This videos demonstrates how to create links between two or more PowerPoint slide decks for times when you need to jump directly from one presenation into another, and want to avoid leaving slideshow view to to do.
- [Garrick] Hi, I'm Garrick Chow,…and welcome to PowerPoint Tips Weekly.…Occasionally, you may need to present more than one…PowerPoint slide deck during a presentation.…Maybe your first presentation is a general presentation,…and your second presentation is more detailed…for specific audience members.…Or maybe you just need to roll right…from one slide deck into another.…Rather than closing the first presentation…and then browsing for and opening the next one,…presumably all in front of your audience,…a quicker and more elegant way of doing this…is to create a clickable link in the first presentation…that automatically opens up the second one.…
And it's really easy to do.…Start in your first presentation,…and navigate to the slide you want to leave…this presentation from to go to the next presentation.…So it doesn't have to be the last slide…in this presentation.…Maybe in the middle of your presentation…you want the option to jump to another presentation…with more detailed information.…For example, in this slide deck about the Landon Hotel,…
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