Slide Master and Slide Layouts: Slide Numbers within Slide Master in PowerPoint

Created: Friday, November 15, 2019, posted by at 1:25 pm

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The moment you add a Slide Number to your slides in Normal view, you expect to see them immediately thereafter. However many times you may not see any Slide Number, or worse, you may see the Slide Number in just a few of the slides! The reason this happens is because Slide Numbers can appear only if the slides have a Slide Number placeholder, if you add Slide Numbers to a slide that has no Slide Number placeholder, then you won’t see any Slide Number!

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Slide Numbers within Slide Master in PowerPoint 2010

Slide Numbers within Slide Master in PowerPoint

Tutorial Code: 04 07 18
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