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How to Connect Multiple Google Slides into One

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To know, how to blend various Google Slides presentations can be a real game-changer, whether you’re a student, professional, or just someone who wants to improve their presentation skills.

This skill doesn’t require rocket science, but it can turn your presentations into something special. We’ve already covered why this is a good idea, so let’s now explore how you can do it step by step.

Why Merge Google Slides?

In case you missed it earlier, merging Google Slides is like mixing different flavors to make even tastier ice cream. Here’s why it’s cool:

Tidy Up Your Stuff: You know when your room is all clean and organized? Merging slides is like tidying up your presentation. All your important info is neatly in one place, making things easy to find.

Professionals don’t just throw things together. They carefully organize and polish their work. When you merge slides, it’s like putting on a suit for your presentation—it shows you mean business.

Imagine your presentation as a superhero. Merging slides can give it an extra power boost. Your ideas will flow smoothly, and your audience will be glued to the screen.

Alright, let’s dive into the fun part. Here’s how you can merge Google Slides like a presentation cracker:

  1. Open the presentation in which you want to add the new slides.
  2. Select the slides that you want to add to the presentation.
  3. Press Shift + click the multiple slides.
  4. Go to the presentation and paste the slides you selected.
  5. The slides from the selected presentations will be merged into the current presentation.

Now, you can share it with others and amaze them with your super cool, merged creation.


See? Merging Google Slides isn’t some kind of secret formula—it’s just putting puzzle pieces together. By learning this simple trick, you’re taking your presentations to a whole new level. So go ahead, give it a shot, and create something amazing that everyone will enjoy. Your audience will thank you for making things easy on their eyes and minds!

So there you have it—merging Google Slides is a breeze and can transform your presentations into engaging masterpieces. Ready to level up your presentation game? If you’re curious to learn more about creating eye-catching visuals in your slides, check out our blogs.

Let’s dive into the world of Slide Egg for more captivating designs and take your presentations to the next level.
Happy presenting!

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