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If you copy more than one slide from the Slide Sorter and paste itinto a non-PowerPoint file, such as a Word document, you see onlythe 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. Youcreate a PowerPoint slide object by copying a single slide from the SlideSorter and pasting it into another document. You create a PowerPointpresentation object by copying several slides from the slide sorter andpasting them into another document.
There are 2 methods for copying your PowerPoint slides to Microsoft Word.
To have more than one slide image appear in your Word document, copy theslides one at a time from Slide Sorter view.
Use the Send to Word feature to send your entire presentation to Microsoft Word.
From the File menu, point to Send To, and click Microsoft Word.
Select the desired Page Layout, and whether you want to Paste or Paste Link the slides into Microsoft Word.
If you want an image of every slide in a presentation sent to aWord document, on the PowerPoint File menu, point to Send to, and clickMicrosoft 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.
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