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Package a Presentation to a CD or Folder in PowerPoint 2010 for Windows

Have you ended up with a presentation that has linked files, embedded media clips, and so much more? And now you have been asked to copy the entire presentation and all linked files to a CD? A CD in these days? How ancient is that? OK, never mind. Let’s rephrase that question — have you been asked to copy all the content to a folder, a network location, or a USB drive? Fortunately, PowerPoint provides the Package Presentation for CD option that can do this task for you, with just a click or two. In this tutorial, we will learn more about this amazing feature.

Learn how to package a presentation to a CD or a folder in PowerPoint 2010 for Windows.

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