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We don’t need to discuss the advantages of PowerPoint presentations in our lives. Today I see a question about how to import the entire slides from another PowerPoint file. Usually you will find guides online to tell you how to import a single slide, but they all miss the last step – how to import the entire PowerPoint slides once.
Here I would like to add the last step. Let’s start from the very beginning.
Open the target PowerPoint file you wish to import slides to. From the “Home” menu, find “New Slide” and select “Reuse Slides… “
The Reuse Slides options will appear on the right side. Click “Browse” and click “Browse File… ” from the drop down menu.
Navigate to the source PowerPoint file that you wish to import slides from. Select it and click “Open“. Then all the slides will show up in the “Reuse Slides” column.
Now, we are quite close to the destination.
Usually the online guides will tell you to import a single slide, just double click one slide to import it.
Now to import the entire slides once, especially when the source PowerPoint file has too many slides, like 100, this step will be quite useful.
It is quite simple actually. Right click on anyone of the slides, select “Insert All Slides“, that’s it!
By default setting, the background of the inserted slides will automatically change to be as same as the target PowerPoint slides. If you want to preserve the original background, remember to choose “Keep source formatting“.
To import slides from another PowerPoint file means you can merge two PowerPoint files into one. This method will be useful when you want to print all the PowerPoint files at one time or review all the PowerPoint files at the end of a semester.