How To Print Six Slides On One Paper On a PowerPoint


Microsoft PowerPoint is a popular software program for preparing slide-show style presentations that are typically shown on a computer display or a projection screen. Presenters often print out slides on paper, to simplify editing and proofing of a draft presentation, or to use as audience hand-outs during a meeting. You can print multiple slides on a single sheet of paper with PowerPoint's print options.

  • Click the "File" tab in the upper left of the PowerPoint screen and then click "Print" in the menu on the left.

  • Click the down arrow on the "Full Page Slides" option that displays under the "Settings" heading. The default value is set to one slide per page, but you can use this settings command to print multiple slides per page.

  • Select "6 slides horizontal" as the number of slides you want to print per page. This will print slides in portrait format, two slides across and three slides down. You can also choose another number from the options provided; PowerPoint can print 2, 3, 4, 6 or 9 slides per page.

  • Select "6 slides vertical" to print six slides in landscape format, three across the page and two down. To confirm the landscape arrangement, select "landscape orientation" from the options provided if it is not set automatically.

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