8 Replies
Christine Hendrickson

Hi Kimberly,

I'm afraid I'm not aware of a way to simply copy and paste a layer or set of layers.

However, if you'd like to use a specific layer structure for your slides, you could copy or duplicate the slide that contains the layers you'd like to use. You could even create quite a few duplicate slides with the structure, then duplicate the entire scene if you'd like. 

If you create your "layout" slide, you can add your design and layers to it, then simply use this slide as your starting point for each slide and add your new content. I would save the original version of it, so you'll always have access to it when you want to make a new slide. 

I hope this helps :)

Geert De Rycke

Hi Kimberly, Christine,

We have created a template SL file containing only template slides and master slide layouts.

Whenever we need to create a new course (we create a course very 2 weeks) we start by building our course from the template (with this we have al the master slide layouts) and we only import the slide types we need. As a result all our developers use the same look and feel. Inaddition when a new lay-out is necessay we adapt out SL template file and immediatly all our developers have access to it 

Cheers

Geert

Crystal Villareal

So, is it fair to say that slides cannot be copied and pasted as layers on another slide?  I have made a few slides in my course that would be better suited as layers on a different slide, for audio purposes.  I have tried the copy and paste method, as in, copy the slide and try to paste it on another slide as a layer, but it does not work.  I am working in SL2.