Create and present a custom show PowerPoint for Office 365 PowerPoint for Office 365 for Mac PowerPoint 2019 PowerPoint 2019 for Mac PowerPoint 2016 PowerPoint 2013 PowerPoint 2010 PowerPoint 2007 PowerPoint 2016 for Mac PowerPoint for Mac 2011 You can essentially tag a sub-set of slides in a presentation file for the purpose of showing that sub-set to a particular audience. When you create a custom show in PowerPoint, you can adapt a presentation for different audiences. Use a custom show to present only certain slides from your presentation, or to create a hyperlink to a group of slides in your presentation.
There are two kinds of custom shows: basic and hyperlinked. A basic custom show is a separate presentation or a presentation that includes some of the slides of the original.
A hyperlinked custom show is a quick way to navigate to one or more separate presentations. Basic custom showsUse a basic custom show to present a subset of the slides in a presentation file.
For example, if your presentation contains a total of five slides, a custom show named "Site 1" could contain just slides 1, 3, and 5. A second custom show named "Site 2" could include slides 1, 2, 4, and 5.
When you create a custom show from a presentation, you can always run the whole presentation in its original sequential order, too. 1 Slides for Site 12 Slides for Site 2Hyperlinked custom showsUse a hyperlinked custom show to organize content in a presentation.
For instance, if you create a primary custom show about your company's new overall organization, you can then create a custom show for each department within the organization and link to these shows from the primary presentation. You can also use a hyperlinked custom show to create a table of contents slide.
A table of contents slide lets you navigate to different sections of your presentation so that you can choose which sections to show to your audience at a particular time. 1 Slide with hyperlinks3 Custom show for Department BCreate a custom show and present it