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Christine Hendrickson

Hi Ken,

Unfortunately, there's no real way to copy the entire layer itself. However, if you haven't already added the content to your new slide, you could duplicate the slide with the layers and then add  your new content in a new layer.

Another alternative would be to go into the layer with your content, copy (using CTRL+A) everything in the layer and then paste it (using CTRL+V) into a new layer on the new slide. 

I do believe that this would make an awesome feature request, as well, if you don't mind submitting one

Let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks!

Christine

Ken Liu

Christine Hendrickson said:

Hi Ken,

Unfortunately, there's no real way to copy the entire layer itself. However, if you haven't already added the content to your new slide, you could duplicate the slide with the layers and then add  your new content in a new layer.

Another alternative would be to go into the layer with your content, copy (using CTRL+A) everything in the layer and then paste it (using CTRL+V) into a new layer on the new slide. 

I do believe that this would make an awesome feature request, as well, if you don't mind submitting one

Let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks!

Christine



Thanks Christine.