by Adam Noar
The challenge is on.
At exactly 3:42 on Thursday afternoon, your boss asks you to create a single presentation out of the several slide decks that the marketing, sales, research & development, and human resources departments have produced for the company’s quarterly meeting – which is tomorrow.
Before panic sets in, consider this.
Many experts would have you believe that the only reason to merge two or more PowerPoint presentations is to create a seamless and professional slide deck that conveys the impression you spent days weeks gave up a month of sleep, for heaven’s sake, just to produce a unified and professional collection of slides so each presenter appears to have worked in tandem with everyone speaking before and after them.
Ha! Nothing could be further from the truth.
The real reason for knowing how to merge PowerPoint files is time management, my friend, and nothing else. We’re talking about your time. Controlling how you spend the hours in your day will make you a happier person. Less stressed. More convivial. I want that for you, all of it.