Views: Handout Master View in PowerPoint

Created: Wednesday, February 7, 2018, posted by at 4:50 pm

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Handouts are documents you can print from within PowerPoint that include slide representations from your presentation. PowerPoint lets you include as many as 9 slides on each Handout page. Of course, with 9 slides on a page, your slides will look more like thumbnails. You can also choose to print just one slide on every handout page, so then your Handout pages will look like individual slides printed on a page.

Most Handouts are created to be printed, and the look and feel of these printed Handouts is determined by the Handout Master. To access and make edits to the Handout Master, you need to get to the Handout Master view in PowerPoint. Changes you make in this view influence the look and layout of printed Handouts. You can change or edit the background, the header, and the footer of printed Handouts.

To learn more, choose your version of PowerPoint. If we do not have a tutorial for your version of PowerPoint, explore the version closest to the one you use.

Microsoft Windows

Handout Master View in PowerPoint 365

Handout Master View in PowerPoint 2019

Handout Master View in PowerPoint 2016

Handout Master View in PowerPoint 2013

Handout Master View in PowerPoint 2010

Apple Mac

Handout Master View in PowerPoint 365

Handout Master View in PowerPoint 2016

Handout Master View in PowerPoint 2011

Handout Master View in PowerPoint

Tutorial Code: 01 07 08
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Next: 01 07 09 Notes Master View



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