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If you copy more than one slide from the Slide Sorter and paste it into a non-PowerPoint file, such as a Word document, you see only the first slide. If you double-click the image of the first slide, PowerPoint starts and runs a slide show of the slides that you copied.
PowerPoint provides two kinds of OLE objects: slides and presentations. Both types of objects appear in your Word document as a single slide. You create a PowerPoint slide object by copying a single slide from the Slide Sorter and pasting it into another document. You create a PowerPoint presentation object by copying several slides from the slide sorter and pasting them into another document.
There are 2 methods for copying your PowerPoint slides to Microsoft Word.
Method 1To have more than one slide image appear in your Word document, copy the slides one at a time from Slide Sorter view.
Method 2Use the Send to Word feature to send your entire presentation to Microsoft Word.
If you want an image of every slide in a presentation sent to a Word document, on the PowerPoint File menu, point to Send to, and click Microsoft Word.
For more information about the Sent to Microsoft Word feature (Write-Up), click the Office Assistant, type How do I send my slides to Word, click Search, and then click to view Send notes, handouts, or and outline to Microsoft Word.
Article ID: 198200 - Last Review: November 30, 2000 - Revision: 1.0
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