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melissa Ruszkowski

Ashley,

Appreciate your response and you confirmed my fears!

Is there a way without re-recording to repackaging the recording on one slide? Edit it and then divide it into multiple slides? Whew!

Thanks so much,

Mel

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Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Melissa, 

First off, just an FYI that replying via email includes your signature here and you can edit your post to remove that information if you wish. 

There isn't a way to combine multiple screen recording slides, although you could make them automatically advance which may make them appear as one slide.  In terms of splitting one slide into multiple screens, you could duplicate a slide and remove/add elements as necessary.