How do I make all my slides show in PowerPoint?
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.
Hidden Slides, as the name suggests, are slides that will not appear in your presentation but are still part of your presentation.
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.
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.
The slide will now be hidden while in Presenter View. You can tell that a slide is hidden if the thumbnail is a lighter color than the other slides. If you want to unhide the slide, simply right-click the slide and click “Hide Slide” again.
Just follow this step by step:
- Make a hyperlink to the hidden slide. You might want to create a hyperlink to the hidden slide to be able to still access it while in presentation mode. …
- Click on insert. Click on the Insert tab at the top of the window. …
- Choose text. …
- Select hyperlink.
By default, you should be in PowerPoint’s “Normal” view mode. If you’re not, head over to the “View” tab and click the “Normal” button. Once in Normal view, the slide thumbnails will appear on the left-hand side of the window. To decrease the size of the thumbnails, click and drag the splitter bar to the left.
After you have selected all the hidden slides, simply “Right-click” on one of them using the mouse. Then, from the drop-down menu, simply press the “Delete Slides” option and all the hidden slides will be deleted from your PowerPoint presentation.