Save Time and Copy Slides to Reuse in Other Presentations
Copying slides from one presentation to another is a tool used often by frequent presenters. Why reinvent the wheel? If you already have some great slides created, use them again, with slight edits, and voila! A new presentation is created in a flash.
There are several methods to get slides from one presentation to another, and there is no right or wrong way -- just a preference on the part of the presenter.
Here are several options to get you off and running with a new presentation with the least amount of work involved.
- How to Copy Slides from One Presentation to Another
Stop reinventing the wheel, as the saying goes. If you made a wonderful slide already, copy it, edit it slightly and reuse it in another presentation.
PowerPoint 2007 and 2003
- Copy PowerPoint Slides - Copy and Paste or Drop and Drag Method - Text Only Version
Copy your existing slides from one presentation and paste into another presentation -- either a brand new one or a presentation that you have already created. Even quicker to accomplish, is to drag the slide(s) from presentation A and drop them right into presentation B.
- Copy Slides From One Presentation to Another - Step by Step Screenshot Walkthrough
Learn how to copy slides from one presentation to another with this step by step walkthough with screenshots.
- Reuse Slides from Other PowerPoint Presentations
Do you need to put the same content in a new presentation? Then reuse your existing slides.
- Use PowerPoint 2003 Slide Finder to Copy Frequently Used Slides
Slide Finder helps you quickly locate specific slides in your saved presentations. Once you have found the slide you need, you can quickly copy it to your newest presentation.
- Add a List of Favorites to PowerPoint 2003 Slide Finder
Instead of searching for the same presentations over and over, add these presentations to the List of Favorites in Slide Finder. After that, you can quickly locate the slide(s) in question to copy to your new presentation.