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Powerpoint slide numbering - start on page 3 as page number 1, question re-posted

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the same question was addressed by way of creating two ppt files and using the first one to link the second one.

is there a nicer/clean way to handle this? e.g., still put all slides into one ppt file and allow the page number start as "1" from 3rd page?
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Nope, you'll have to add them by hand or use your existing work around.
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by:cool_sathish_333
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Hello strider711,

Check out the attachment.. Is that what you needed???

Hope that helps..
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by:GlennaShaw
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Nice!  Missed that one.

In PowerPoint 2007, Click on Insert, Header/Footer, check the Slide Number box, click Apply to All.  Then click on Design, Page Setup and change the number to 3.
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I told all of them in my screenshot!
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by:GlennaShaw
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?  Your screenshot is PowerPoint 2003.  You get to the dialog window slightly differently in PowerPoint 2007.  Since strider 711 didn't specify which version of PowerPoint, I was simply clarifying the steps for version 2007.
However, I now see that this isn't the answer to strider 711's problem.  They want to numbering to start with 1 on slide 3, not the other way around.

So, strider 711 as I said before, you'll have to do it manually.  
Or you can use this VB routine (macro) to do it for you: http://www.pptfaq.com/FAQ00853.htm
This link tells you how to use VB code in PowerPoint: http://www.pptfaq.com/index.html#name_For_VBeginners

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You are right GlennaShaw, i had only Office 2k3 installed, so cold only provide that, but strider711 did not provide any details about his version...
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