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Can you store a master template/theme in a slide library?

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We have over 400slides in our slide library.  Is there a way to load a master slide template that can be applied to all the slides in the library?  Process we follow now is to checkout each individual slide, make our changes and then publish so that we do not break the link.
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Dale Harris earned 500 total points
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What you could do is export all of your slides into a single Powerpoint slide presentation, apply the master, then re-publish your slides into the slide library.  Although if someone uploaded a new slide and didn't apply the master, it wouldn't have this master.

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Dale Harris
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