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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Preparing a Slide Show - Hiding Slides

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Instead of creating a custom show for a slide show, you can also hide slides in your presentation. This is useful if you have a few slides that you don’t want to show. You can quickly hide one or more selected slides by using the Hide Slide button. When you hide a slide, a circle with a line through it appears over the slide number in the Slide pane or Slide Sorter view. If you have hidden slides in a presentation, you can still print them by using the Print Slides option in the Print Range on the Print Screen. If you want to show a hidden slide, you can select it and then use the Hide Slide button again.

Hide Slides

1. In Slide Sorter view or Normal view, select or display the slide you want to hide.

2. Click the Slide Show tab.

3. Click the Hide Slide button.

The slide number in the Slide pane or Slide Sorter view appears with a circle and a line through it.

4. To show a hidden slide, click it, and then click the Hide Slide button again.

 
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