Learn PowerPoint: Working with Slide Numbers

Created: Friday, August 27, 2010, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 11:19 am

For some reason, Slide Numbers cause more confusion and frustration to PowerPoint users than many other, more complicated features! That’s probably because controls to tweak slide numbers are scattered all over PowerPoint — and while the option you want is available in PowerPoint, it might not be where you expected to find it. In this series of tutorials on slide numbers, learn how you can add slide numbers, work with the Masters and Layouts so that slide numbers show up, and also control the actual numbering as well — for instance, what if you want your slide numbers to start from 31, or if you want your 4th slide to number from 1? That’s covered too.

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Learn about slide numbers in PowerPoint 2010

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