Consolidating documents into presentations
Conversely, if you edit the slides in your main presentation, the external file from which you copied those slides will remain unchanged.With that out of the way, let’s see how the insert object method works.
Finally, you can opt to completely merge two Power Point presentations into one.In this article, I'll show you two ways to use what already exists to create new presentations.Even when you're not pressed for time, you'll want to use these time-saving features: Power Point's Reuse Slides feature lets you quickly add slides from one presentation into another.You can work with these two templates or existing presentations of your own.In addition, I'm working with Power Point 2013, but Power Point 20 support both features.In addition, you can use the Custom Slide Show to define multiple shows within the same presentation file.
There's no demonstration file for this article; I'll be working with two templates, Open House and Classroom Expectations.
Repurposing content is an efficient way to work by reusing what you already have. You could cut and paste slides from one presentation into another, but that's a bit awkward at best. I'll illustrate this feature's value by adding a slide from the Power Point template Classroom into the Open template as follows: That's it!
Next, I'll show you how to turn one presentation file into many presentations.
Trying to create a presentation quickly is unpleasant, because they take time!
If you're lucky, you can piece together parts of other presentations, add a few new slides, and save the day.
With this method, you’ll be able to control what slides you’re adding and choose where to insert them. This method is great if you want to add a slide or two to your main presentation.