Chapter 3: Create and manage slides
To move a slide within a presentation 1. In Normal view or Slide Sorter view, drag the slide thumbnail to its new posi- tion. Notice as you drag that the other thumbnails move to indicate where the selected slide will appear when you release the mouse button. Or 1. Select the slide thumbnail, and then press Ctrl+X or on the Home tab, in the Clipboard group, click Cut . 2. Do either of the following: ● ● Click the slide thumbnail that you want to insert the cut slide after, and then press Ctrl+V or, in the Clipboard group, click Paste . ● ● Click between the other slide thumbnails to insert a thin red marker (hori- zontal in Normal view or vertical in Slide Sorter view) where you want to move the slide. Then press Ctrl+V or, in the Clipboard group, click Paste . Or 1. Right-click the slide thumbnail, and then click Cut . 2. Right-click between the other slide thumbnails where you want to move the slide.
TIP The thin red destination marker appears only when you click between thumbnails, not when you right-click between thumbnails.
3. In the Paste Options section of the shortcut menu, click the Use Destination Them e button or the Keep Source Formatting button.
TIP When PowerPoint displays the paste options, press H to use the destination style or K to use the source style.
To move a section within a presentation 1. Click the title of the section of slides you want to move, to select all the slides in the section. 2. Drag the section to its new location. Or
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