An Easy Tip to Merge PowerPoint Slides from Different Templates

August 15, 2012 | Shannon Kidger
An Easy Tip to Merge PowerPoint Slides from Different Templates

Isn’t it frustrating when you try to merge new slides to your PowerPoint presentation and the template completely changes?

When working on a business presentation in PowerPoint where someone else’s slides need to merge with yours, it’s sometimes a good idea to maintain the original format of the other author’s slides. This way, your slides can be easily distinguished from the other presenter’s. Fortunately, this is incredibly easy to do in PowerPoint 2007 or PowerPoint 2010.

This short Brainshark explains how to merge PowerPoint slides while keeping the original templates:

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