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Can I combine a PPT slide with a similar slide - preserving elements from each?

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Can I combine a PPT slide (PPT 2013) with a similar slide - preserving elements from each? If so, how? 1 slide has audio narration and the other slide has been enhanced (less text and better graphics). I don't want to just add slides from another presentation to another presentation. thanks
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Rgonzo1971 earned 500 total points
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HI,

I would select all the elements of one slide (Ctrl-A) , copy them (Ctrl-C) then (Ctrl-V) paste them in the other and then delete all the elements that  you do not need

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by:Elizabeth Golding
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A simple, but excellent solution!
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