Click the button and choose a location to save the files How to Merge PowerPoint Presentations — Presentation-Tutorial May 19, 2024 — PowerPoint files can also be combined using the drag-and-drop process. Open two PowerPoint presentations and select the main view of each. Press the Alt Key and press and hold the second slide until you make a selection on the first slide. Then press and hold the Ctrl and Alt keys, drag the second slide over the first slide, and press CTRL and Alt keys again to combine the two slides into a new file (by default, the new file is named 'presentations.ppm'). Merge the presentations by using the command /Merge. This is also a good option for exporting a new version, in which case you would first have to select the new files as 'Other' by using the Alt Key and drag them to the Other tab and create a new file by pressing Alt+Ctrl+Alt+I. How to Merge PowerPoint Presentations — PowerPoint Add-in Dec 06, 2024 — To combine a presentation with a PowerPoint file that has already been imported, go to the Browse/Reuse slides page and select both the new PowerPoint file and the PowerPoint presentation(s) you would like to merge. Under the reuse slides” dropdown box, select the reuse slides” option, press ‐Edit․ and select the 'Merge slides ‒ button. A dialog box will then appear asking you to choose the location to save the file. Make sure 'Merge files and save to this location' is selected. Press send to destination and follow the instructions to send the .ppm file to the destination. You can merge both presentations simultaneously. If you only want to merge one side of the original presentation and not the other, select one side of the presentation at a time by holding down the salt and CTRL keys, dragging the side containing the slides you wish to merge to both presentation, and pressing ‐Edit․. How to Merge PowerPoint Presentations — Merge and Share — Microsoft PowerPoint Add-in Nov 23, 2024 — PowerPoint files can be combined by using an add-in.