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I have ceated a presnetation with a set of master slides.

My boss comes in and says " we want to use this new template wiht your slides."

Question: How do I apply the new template to the slides and still keep the contant of the old slides."

As I've tried many things, a detailed step-by-step procedure would be helpful.

Thanks.
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You can create a new slide presentation based on the new template (so no slides to start).  Then copy (select all of the slides by pressing ^A in the slides tab, press ^C) the slides from the old presentation and paste (^C) in the new presentation.  The copied slides will take on the master slide for the new presentation.
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