You can easily display several presentations at once. Sometimes it's helpful to work on two presentations side by side or to compare two or more presentations. You can do this with commands in the Window menu.
Open two or more presentations.
Click Window in the File menu. Click Arrange All. The presentations will display side by side in the same PowerPoint window.
Click Cascade and the windows are displayed over one another. You can click and drag the windows title bars to arrange them.
You can close either of the windows by clicking on the Close (X) icon. The remaining window can be maximized by clicking on the Maximize button.
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