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Hide a Slide

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Do you need a slide just for your notes and not shown in your presentation?

This How-To Article shows you how to keep a slide hidden, only making it visible when you are editing your presentation.

Hide a Slide

1. Navigate to the slide which you would like hidden in your presentation.

2. Click the "Slide Show" menu and select "Hide Slide" from the menu that appears.

3. The slide which you are currently viewing will now be hidden from your presentation. (You may still edit the slide as usual, however.)

Tip: To view a hidden slide during your presentation, move the mouse, right-click anywhere in the slide, point to "Go", point to "By Title", and select the slide you would like to view, from the menu that appears.

Tip: To unhide a slide, navigate to the hidden slide, click the "Slide Show" menu, and select "Hide Slide" again.

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