Right-click the title area that you want to use as a merge area. ‑ Choose “Merge” tab from the context menu. ‑ Choose “Merge” from the popup menu. It will display the merge link menu. ‑ Use the default merge settings, otherwise create a new merge link. ‑ Click on the “Merge” button and choose the “Merge Slide” link. You can also simply drag and drop your presents onto the merge area to create a merge in a single click. To do the same procedure in Outlook on iPad, you need to select a white space or “Merge Slide” link to your slides and drag and drop them onto the Outlook Merge button. Alternatively, you can drag and drop the presentation slides and slide transitions onto the Outlook Merge button. (This works only if you are using one PowerPoint presentation on any computer, however. It does not work if you are using two PowerPoint presentations with different file formats.) How to Merge PowerPoint Slides into an PUB & MOB Book (Beta) With the free, available beta and all the free versions of Microsoft Office, you can merge PowerPoint slides directly on the same page by using the “merge screen” feature. To do so, the two PowerPoint presentations have to be side by side, without any formatting applied. Then, you must create a screenshot with a merge screen icon in its top left corner, and after making a selection. How to Merge PPT and Word Text into One PDF To merge PowerPoint into a single PDF file (.PPTX), make sure you have both the slides and the text and images in the same folder. After you select both slides and texts, double-click the PowerPoint and Word file in both directions simultaneously to copy/paste the content from both slides into the Word document: Select both slides & texts from PowerPoint Choose “Merge” from Word, or “Copy/Paste” from PowerPoint Once created a document, you can just change the number of pages to have the PDF files. It will look like a normal PowerPoint with multiple slide slides.