Recheck the Slide Master to make sure there is a footer placeholder on it. If it’s missing, click on Slide Master>Footers to make it reappear. Check each Slide Layout to make sure each one has a footer placeholder. For any Layout missing the Footer, click on Slide Master>Footers even if it’s already checked.
Click the “Header & Footer” button in the middle of the ribbon. Uncheck the box to the left of “Footer.” Click “Apply to All.” You can also remove the footer from a single slide by unchecking “Footer” and clicking the “Apply” button on each slide that shouldn’t have a footer.
How do you add a footnote to all slides in Powerpoint?
Click Insert > Header & Footer. On the Slide tab, select Footer, and in the Footer box, type the number or symbol you added in step 1, and then type the text that you want to appear in the footnote at the bottom of your slide. Note: The Preview pane highlights the area on the slide where your footnote will appear.
If the footer box is unticking itself the usual cause is the footer placeholder has been deleted on the master or custom layout. If it’s not on the custom layout then select the layout and in the ribbon choose the Slide Master Tab and make sure footer is checked.
Solution: If the text you want to edit is truly in a footer, you should be able to edit it by going to the Insert tab and then clicking Header & Footer. … If the slide master doesn’t contain the text, check the accompanying slide layouts below it in the thumbnail pane. Select the text and change or delete it.
Although you can delete these footers manually, it’s easier to click on the “Insert” tab in the PowerPoint ribbon, locate the Text group, click on the “Header and Footer” item, uncheck the “Footer” option and click on the “Apply to All” button.