If you frequently make presentations, you know how useful it can be to combine PowerPoint slides to avoid redoing the same work over and over. You may also need to combine presentations for group projects, or if a problem arises while you’re working and you suddenly have to change tracks.
There are a few ways to combine PPT files, the most straightforward of which involves doing it directly in PowerPoint. However, you may not have access to PowerPoint at the moment or might prefer to combine them in a different way. In this article, you’ll see how to merge files and reuse slides in your PowerPoint presentations in a few different ways.
The official term that Microsoft used for this procedure is “reuse” of slides. This is the simplest way to combine presentations. First, here are instructions for how to do this if you have access to PowerPoint.