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How can Import a slide in Power Point Mac 2011

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How can Import a slide in Power Point Mac 2011 with a differnt theme and format into an exhisting theme without it converting to the theme of the exhisting presentation. So basically one slide will have a differnt theme than the rest of the presentation. When I try it just gives it the theme that the rest of the slideshow has.
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Paste the slide into the slides pane in the target presentation, and you will see a small clipboard icon appear near the pasted slide. Click it and choose Keep Source Formatting.

If the slide is already in the presentation and has that presentation's theme, you can select it and go to the Themes tab. Then right-click the theme you want to use on that slide and choose Apply to Selected Slides.
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