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Microsoft KB Archive/104070

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PowerPoint 3.0: Applying Multiple Templates to a Presentation PSS ID Number: Q104070 Article last modified on 09-28-1994 PSS database name: POWERPT

3.00 | 3.00 WINDOWS | MACINTOSH

The information in this article applies to:
- Microsoft PowerPoint for the Macintosh, version 3.0 - Microsoft PowerPoint for Windows, version 3.0

SUMMARY

Using the Apply Template command from the File menu changes the template for the entire presentation. It is possible, however, to obtain the look of multiple templates in a presentation. Do the following to apply a second template to a slide within a presentation:

  1. Open a new presentation and apply the second template to this presentation using the Apply Template command in the File menu.
  2. Once the template is applied, choose Slide Master from the View menu.
  3. Select the Master Title box and press the DEL key on the keyboard.
  4. Select the Master Body box and press the DEL key on the keyboard.
  5. From the Edit menu, choose Select All.
  6. From the Edit menu, choose Copy.
  7. From the View menu, choose Slides.
  8. From the Slide menu, clear the selection of all the options under Follow Master (that is, Color Scheme, Background Items, Title Style, and Body Style).
  9. From the Edit menu, choose Paste.
  10. From the Arrange menu, choose Send to Back
  11. From the View menu, choose Slide Sorter.
  12. Select the slide, and choose Copy from the Edit Menu.
  13. From the Window menu, select the presentation that you want to apply a slide with the second template.
  14. From the View menu, choose Slide Sorter.
  15. Place your cursor where you want to insert the new slide.
  16. From the Edit menu, choose Paste.
  17. From the View menu, choose Slides.

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