Rearranging Slides in Powerpoint 2010


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Rearranging slides is important when it comes to organising the overall presentation flow. While it is vital that you get the right content in every slide, it is equally important that you are able to present them in a format that makes it easier for the audience to understand the content too; most times this will require rearranging the slides.

You can rearrange slides from two views in PowerPoint – Normal View and Slide Sorter View. Given below are the steps to rearrange slides from different views.

Normal View

Step (1): Select the slide to be moved

Step (2): Left click on the slide and drag it to the position in the sequence where you want to place it. PowerPoint will indicate the insert position with a line in-between existing slides.

Rearranging Slides in Powerpoint 2010

Step (3): When you get to the right position release the left click button to insert the slide

Alternately you can also cut the selected slide and paste it back in the sequence as shown below.

Rearranging Slides in Powerpoint 2010
Rearranging Slides in Powerpoint 2010

Slide Sorter View

Step (1): Select the slide to be moved

Step (2): Left click on the slide and drag it to the position in the sequence where you want to place it. PowerPoint will indicate the insert position with a line in-between existing slides.

Rearranging Slides in Powerpoint 2010

Step (3): When you get to the right position release the left click button to insert the slide

Alternately you can also cut the selected slide and paste it back in the sequence as shown below.

Rearranging Slides in Powerpoint 2010
Rearranging Slides in Powerpoint 2010


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