Linking two PowerPoint documents

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PowerPoint 2007
A client wanted both landscape and portrait in one document which can't be done. Can two different PowerPoint documents be linked so they can be viewed continuously when presenting on screen to an audience?

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I was able to find some instructions for doing this in the PowerPoint documentation. http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/powerpoint-help/use-portrait-and-landscape-slide-orientation-in-the-same-presentation-HA010099556.aspx

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  • alina91
    It works for power point 2007/2010
    1.Go to the Insert tab and click the Action button:
     dialog box opens up, on the Mouse Click tab then select Hyperlink to and then pick Other PowerPoint Presentation:
    2. Find the PowerPoint document you want to link to and click OK.
    3. Select the specific slide you want to link to.
    4.click OK.
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