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Have you ever gotten lost in a giant presentation?
You know the feeling. The slide titles and numbers start blurring together, and navigating through the presentation becomes impossible. You simply lose track of where you are! There must be a better way to keep slides organized!
In PowerPoint 2010, you can use the new Sections feature to organize your slides, much like you would use folders to organize your files. You can use named sections to keep track of groups of slides, or you can assign sections to colleagues to make ownership clear during collaboration. If you’re starting with a blank slate, sections can even be used to outline the topics in your presentation.
Creating a section is easy. Add a section by clicking “Add Section” in the ribbon or the right-click context menu, and a section label appears for a slide or a group of slides:
Right-click the section label and select “Rename Section.” Simply type a name for the section and it’s done! You can drag-and-drop sections, apply themes to a section, print a section, or go to a section during slide show.
If you have multiple sections and want a high-level overview of your presentation, click “Collapse All.” You’ll see that your presentation immediately looks more manageable. You can expand individual sections to focus your attention and not worry about the other 100+ slides that are in the deck.
The best way to handle a big task is to break it down into smaller parts, and sections will do just that for your presentation.
Program Manager, PowerPoint
July 21, 2009
It would be great if one could change the slide orientation for each section (need if for printing)like in word.
My fav new feature in PowerPoint 2010!!!! love it!
Sounds great, but I have a problem:
I cannot click the "Section" because it is grey (not clickable) in the ribbon and on the right-click context menu.
I have Powerpoint 2010, but maybe there is something I have to activate?
Hello! I have the same problem as the previous post. My "section" button is not active. Help