Splitting an existing presentation

Feb 08, 2012

I have a class that has been published that I want to split into two classes.  Will I have to recreate the Presenter part of the class when I do this?

10 Replies
David Anderson

Hi Chris and welcome to E-learning Heroes!

You can do a Save as... to create a duplicate presentation. Then, go back into each presentation and delete the unneeded slides. Here's a quick screencast overview of the process:

And here's some general info on how the pptx and ppta files work together:

Peter Anderson

Hey Paul!

The suggested method for merging two or more Articulate presentations into one is the following: 

1) Open both PowerPoint files, and decide which file is the master. 
2) In the secondary presentation(s), click in the slide view area, and press CTRL+C to copy all slides. 
3) Switch to the master file, click in the slide view area, and press CTRL+V to paste the copied slides. 
4) If you have recorded narration in the secondary presentation(s), export the audio from each secondary presentation using the steps in this article: 


5) Then import the audio files into the master presentation: 

Iris Li

Trying to follow Peter Anderson's suggestions to merge multiple presentations into one course.  The two links he provided about how to export & import audio files  lead me to a support page with generic information:



Can someone point to me the updated links?



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