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PowerPoint - Copy Slide Master

Posted on 2004-04-12
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In PowerPoint 2000, how can I COPY a slide master from one presentation to another?
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Question by:jasimon9
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by:GrahamSkan
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You should save your changes to a new template on which to base any new presentations that need this new slide master.
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by:jasimon9
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Up until now, this is what I have alway done. However, I have a set of presentations that were used by another instructior that I am "recylcing" and would like to change the Slide Master in an easier way. So what I am looking for is something like "Import Slide Master" if it exists.
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GearyTech earned 250 total points
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Hi Jasimon,

You could open both presentations, go to the one that has the master you like, go to the master slide, click Edit -> Select All, then Edit -> Copy; Go to your other presentation, open the slide master and paste the copied master in.

There's no import that I know of, but I use this method frequently.
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