Dec 22, 2019

Move Slides in PowerPoint

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What if you've created slides and then realized they go better in a different order? This wikiHow will show you how to move slides in PowerPoint using your computer, the mobile app, and the website.
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What if you've created slides and then realized they go better in a different order? This wikiHow will show you how to move slides in PowerPoint using the Microsoft PowerPoint desktop application, the mobile app, and PowerPoint Online.  
 
[[Category:PowerPoint Presentations]]
 
[[Category:PowerPoint Presentations]]
   
 
==Steps==
 
==Steps==
===Using the Mobile App===
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===Using the Desktop Application ===
# Open PowerPoint. The mobile app icon looks like red/orange "P" that you'll find on one of your Home screens, in the app drawer, or by searching.
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# Open your PowerPoint project. You’ll find PowerPoint in the '''Microsoft Office''' section of your Start menu (Windows) or in your Applications folder (macOS). To open the project, click '''File > Open''', then browse to and select the file.
# Open your PowerPoint project. You'll need to pick from your recents the PowerPoint you want to use.
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#* You can also open your project by right-clicking the file and selecting '''Open With > PowerPoint'''.  
# Tap and hold on the thumbnail of the slide you want to move. It'll change size a little to indicate that it is selected. Then drag and drop the slide to a new location.<ref>https://ift.tt/34TgijT>
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#* If you'd like to use the free web version of PowerPoint, log in with your Microsoft account at https://ift.tt/2XFr9hr.  
#* You cannot select multiple slides at a time.
 
===Using a Computer===
 
# Open your PowerPoint project. You’ll find this either on your Start Menu or in your Applications folder. You can either open your PowerPoint project within the program by going to '''File > Open''' or you can right-click the file in your file browser and click '''Open With > PowerPoint'''.  
 
#* You can also go to the online version of PowerPoint at https://ift.tt/2XFr9hr.
 
#* The mobile app icon looks like red/orange "P" that you'll find on one of your Home screens, in the app drawer, or by searching.  
 
 
# Drag and drop the slides on the left side of the page. You should see a pane on the left that displays the order of the slides. To move a slide from the first position, for example, to the 5th position, just drag and drop that slide from its current position to where you want it to be.  
 
# Drag and drop the slides on the left side of the page. You should see a pane on the left that displays the order of the slides. To move a slide from the first position, for example, to the 5th position, just drag and drop that slide from its current position to where you want it to be.  
#* If you're using the app, tap and hold on the thumbnail of the slide you want to move. It'll change size a little to indicate that it is selected. Then drag and drop the slide to a new location.<ref>https://ift.tt/2ZhrUMe>
 
 
# Press and hold (Windows) or (Mac) if you want to select multiple slides. They will move in a group and not individually, however.  
 
# Press and hold (Windows) or (Mac) if you want to select multiple slides. They will move in a group and not individually, however.  
 
#* You can also right-click the slide and click '''Delete''' to delete the slide from your presentation.<ref>https://ift.tt/2Mnwmnn>
 
#* You can also right-click the slide and click '''Delete''' to delete the slide from your presentation.<ref>https://ift.tt/2Mnwmnn>
===Using a Web Browser===
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===Using PowerPoint Online in a Browser ===
# Open your PowerPoint project at https://ift.tt/2XFr9hr. You can use any web browser to access the site. You'll need to login with your Microsoft account to access your document.  
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# Open your PowerPoint project at https://ift.tt/2XFr9hr. You can use any web browser to access the site. You'll need to log in with your Microsoft account to access your document.  
 
# Drag and drop the slides on the left side of the page. You should see a pane on the left that displays the order of the slides. To move a slide from the first position, for example, to the 5th position, just drag and drop that slide from its current position to where you want it to be.  
 
# Drag and drop the slides on the left side of the page. You should see a pane on the left that displays the order of the slides. To move a slide from the first position, for example, to the 5th position, just drag and drop that slide from its current position to where you want it to be.  
 
# Press and hold (Windows) or (Mac) if you want to select multiple slides. They will move in a group and not individually, however.  
 
# Press and hold (Windows) or (Mac) if you want to select multiple slides. They will move in a group and not individually, however.  
 
#* You can also right-click the slide and click '''Delete''' to delete the slide from your presentation.<ref>https://ift.tt/2Mnwmnn>
 
#* You can also right-click the slide and click '''Delete''' to delete the slide from your presentation.<ref>https://ift.tt/2Mnwmnn>
 
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===Using the Mobile App===
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# Open PowerPoint on your phone or tablet. The mobile app icon looks like red/orange "P" that you'll find on one of your home screens, in the app drawer, or by searching.
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# Open your PowerPoint project. You can open the presentation for editing by tapping its name in the "Recents" section.
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# Tap and hold on the thumbnail of the slide you want to move. It'll change size a little to indicate that it is selected.
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# Drag the slide to the desired location. When you lift your finger from the screen, the slide will be at its new position.<ref>https://ift.tt/34TgijT>
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#* You cannot select multiple slides at a time.
   
 
==References==
 
==References==


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