Press Cmd+C key to copy (or Ctrl+v in Windows or Mac) and paste in PowerPoint. The highlight text and click Copy or Ctrl+V, or you can use arrow keys to navigate in the text. The copy and paste in Mac PowerPoint does not work in PowerPoint for Mac 5. The copy and paste in PowerPoint also fails in PowerPoint for Mac if you have a macOS version lower than 10.5 (Mac PowerPoint 10.5 cannot be used with PowerPoint 2013). Please install and use a free download of the best version of Mac. As mentioned above you can check the Windows version and then install the Mac version. 6. Please note that there are many other tools available for Mac Users to help users find and copy slide from one presentation to another including Google Docs, and the more recent, OneNote. For more information, please refer to the following websites: How to Move Presentations between Computers? The Office Home & Student 2013.5 (Mac OS X) document to document move. In PowerPoint 2013.5 (Mac OS X) there is a “Save as...” function by which you can save your presentation as an image in the default, or a PDF format. OneNote (Mac OSX) PowerPoint 2013.5 (Mac OS X) has a feature which allows you to upload images from your desktop to the OneNote blog. Another tool which you may want to use is PowerPoint For Linux (PowerPoint 4.0.x and above) or macOS. This tool can extract images from a file and make it more convenient for you to copy and paste the content of a presentation to another computer. A tool called “POP PowerPoint” which includes a tool to extract image and video from PowerPoint files, as well as other file types such as .gif, .jpeg, .jpg, .png and many others. Another tool is Adobe Screen Recorder which you can use to record your PowerPoint presentation, as well as to edit the PowerPoint screen, allowing you to move the images around the screen, or do a screen capture. A similar tool, called PowerPoint Remote Pro, also allows you to remotely control a PC's Windows, Mac and Linux machine. So we have found these free tools in order to copy the slides in a PowerPoint file. The next question arises in most PowerPoint tutorials, how to copy a slide with Microsoft PowerPoint. I will show you how to do this. How to Copy in Microsoft PowerPoint — To Copy — Press cmd.