When you create a slideshow in Google Slides, you typically have a specific audience in mind who will be viewing it. But occasionally you will need to give the same presentation to multiple groups, and parts of the presentation may not be relevant to both groups.
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While you may be considering creating two separate slideshows for this situation, you can actually choose to simply skip certain slides instead. Our tutorial below will show you how to skip a slide when you’re presenting without actually removing that slide from the slideshow.
Skipping Slides in Google Slide
By completing the steps in this article you will be skipping a slide when you present the slideshow. The slide will still be a part of the slideshow, it will simply be skipped when presenting.
Step 1: Open the Slides file that you wish to modify from your Google Drive at https://drive.google.com.
Step 2: Locate the slide that you want to skip in the column of slides at the left side of the window.
Step 3: Right-click that slide, then choose the Skip Slide option.
When a slide is set to be skipped it will be slightly grayed out with an eye on top of it, like in the image below.
If you no longer wish to skip a slide when giving your presentation, simply right-click on that slide again and click the Skip Slide option again to remove the check mark.
Now that you know how to skip a slide in Google Slides you can customize your presentations by removing individual slides without deleting them.
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Matt Jacobs has been working as an IT consultant for small businesses since receiving his Master’s degree in 2003. While he still does some consulting work, his primary focus now is on creating technology support content for SupportYourTech.com.
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