How can you see all your slides at once in Powerpoint?
Go to the View Ribbon and click on the Slide Sorter icon (or click on the icon in the Status Bar). This view allows you to view multiple slides at once; click, hold, and drag the slide over to where you want the slide positioned, and then let go of the mouse button.
How can I see all the slides?
Right-click the current slide and select See All Slides. The screen switches to a thumbnail list of all the slides in the presentation. Select the hidden slide you want to show. The selected slide is shown full-screen and the slide show resumes.
How do I apply one idea to all slides?
Select the slide to which you want to apply the design. On the Design tab, right-click the design in the Themes group, and then click Apply to Selected Slides.
How do I import slides into Powerpoint?
Open an existing presentation or create a new presentation that you want to insert slides into. On the Home tab, under Slides, click the arrow next to New Slide, and then click Insert Slides from Other Presentation. Select the presentation that you want to insert, click Insert all slides, and then click Insert.
How do I unhide all slides in PowerPoint?
Show Hidden Slides During the PowerPoint Presentation
During the presentation, right-click anywhere on the current slide. In the context menu that appears, select “See All Slides.” Once that’s selected, all of your slides, including hidden slides, will appear in a row.
Why are my slides not showing in PowerPoint?
Set up Show Settings are causing the problem.
Go to Slide Show | Set up Slide Show. In the Show Slides section, choose All. The other options will cause PowerPoint to display just a range of slides or a custom show.
You can also right-click and choose Hide Slide. Hidden slides’ numbers are boxed in the Slides pane and Slide Sorter window. To “unhide” a slide, select the slide and click the Hide Slide button again or right-click it in the Slides pane or Slide Sorter window and choose Hide Slide on the shortcut menu.