How to merge multiple Google Slides into one
Google Slides presentations have become a part of our daily lives: teachers, students, business people and health professionals all recognize them as an essential tool to share information in a clear and simple way.
Have you ever seen a slide and thought "Wow, I would like to have one like that in my presentation"? It also often happens that you have to make collaborative presentations where everyone does their part and then you have to put them together. None of this will be a problem once you learn how to merge several presentations in Google Slides.
How to combine Google Slides presentations
Joining several Google Slides presentations or slides is a simpler task than you think. To achieve this, we are going to make use of the infallible "copy and paste" technique. Have you heard of it? Surely you have used it once! You only have to follow three simple steps:
- Open the presentation in which you want the new slides to appear. In this tutorial we are going to use the presentations Business Plan with Elegant Backgrounds and Minimalist Grayscale Pitch Deck.
- Open the second presentation and select the slides you want to add. You can select more than one by holding down Control and clicking on them. You can also select all of them by pressing Control + A. Then, right click > Copy or press Control + C.
- Go back to the first presentation, choose the place where you want the new slides and right click > Paste or Control + V.
Pro tip: select “Keep original styles” so that the design of the slides you are adding stays the same. You can also link the new slides to their original presentation. For that, click “Link & keep original styles”.
Now that you have mastered the art of Google Slides, we invite you to take a look at our website.
You'll find thousands of designs to practice the skills you've just learned. Plus, now you can choose the slides you like best from each template and put them together to create the perfect presentation for you!
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