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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Managing Slides (part 2) - Rearranging Slides

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4. Rearranging Slides

The best way to rearrange slides is to do so in Slide Sorter view. In this view, the slides in your presentation appear in thumbnail view, and you can move them around on the screen to different positions, just as you would manually rearrange pasted-up artwork on a table. Although you can also do this from the Slides pane in Normal view, you are able to see fewer slides at once. As a result, it can be more challenging to move slides around, for example, from one end of the presentation to another. To rearrange slides, use the following steps:

  1. Switch to Slide Sorter view.

  2. Select the slide that you want to move. You can move multiple slides at once if you like.

  3. Drag the selected slide to the new location. The mouse pointer changes to a little rectangle next to the pointer arrow as you drag. A vertical line also appears where the slide will go if you release the mouse button at that point, as shown in Figure 5.

  4. Release the mouse button. The slide moves to the new location.

Figure 3. Use the Undo button to undo your mistakes and the Redo button to reverse an Undo operation.

Figure 4. The Repeat button appears when Redo is not available, and enables you to repeat actions.

Figure 5. As you drag a slide, its new position is indicated by a vertical line.

You can also rearrange slides in the Outline pane in Normal view. This is not quite as easy as using Slide Sorter view, but it's more versatile. Not only can you drag entire slides from place to place, but you can also move individual bullets from one slide to another.

Follow these steps to move content in the Outline pane:

  1. Switch to Normal view and display the Outline pane.

  2. Position the mouse pointer over the slide's icon. The mouse pointer changes to a four-headed arrow.

  3. Click on the icon. PowerPoint selects all of the text in that slide.

  4. Drag the slide's icon to a new position in the outline and then release the mouse button. All of the slide's text moves with it to the new location.

There are also keyboard shortcuts for moving a slide up or down in the Outline pane that may be faster than clicking the toolbar buttons. You can press the Alt+Shift+Up arrow keys to move a slide up, and the Alt+Shift+Down arrow keys to move a slide down.

These shortcuts work equally well with single bullets from a slide. Just click to the left of a single line to select it, instead of clicking the Slide icon in step 3.

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