Slide Shows: Custom Shows

Created: Friday, April 24, 2015, posted by at 4:13 pm

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Custom Slide Shows, as indicated by their name itself, are the Slide Shows customized in sequence and occurrence by the user. The purpose of creating a Custom Slide Show in PowerPoint is to display only selected slides from your presentation, without deleting the slides you do not want to show. Learn in the following tutorials about how you can create and play Custom Slide Shows – also there are some helpful tips. Select a tutorial based on the PowerPoint version you use:

Microsoft Windows

Creating Custom Slide Shows in PowerPoint 2013

Playing Custom Shows in PowerPoint 2013

Tips for Custom Shows in PowerPoint 2013

Creating Custom Slide Shows in PowerPoint 2010

Playing Custom Shows in PowerPoint 2010

Tips for Custom Shows in PowerPoint 2010

Apple Mac

Creating Custom Slide Shows in PowerPoint 2011

Playing Custom Shows in PowerPoint 2011

Tips for Custom Shows in PowerPoint 2011



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