Microsoft Power Point comes with professionally designed templates to help you create a consistent presentation look.
A template is a presentation file that consists of one or more slide masters.
In case you are have issues converting existing Power Points to the updated templates. How to convert your Power Point Presentation to a new template 1. Instead, click below the button on the small arrow next to the text label reading “New Slide.” 3.
Select and download the correct Power Point template. You will then see a thumbnail image of all of the slide masters available in the template; at the very bottom, select “Reuse Slides.” 4.
A thumbnail image of all of your original slides will appear in the Reuse Slides box. Use the right click of your mouse on any one of the original slide thumbnails and select “Insert All Slides.” 8.
Your original slides will be updated appearing as new slide pages in the new Power Point presentation template. Most standard text slides will convert automatically to the new format.
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