Close one presentation without closing PowerPoint 2007

Finkelstein, Ellen
September 2009
Inside Microsoft Office (15506622);Sep2009, Vol. 6 Issue 9, p10
The article provides tips on how to close a Microsoft Powerpoint presentation without closing the PowerPoint 2007 main menu. It cites the use of different method which is to click the Office Button and choose Close. In that case, the existing presentation closes, but the PowerPoint 2007 main menu remains open. Further details with regards to adding the Close command to the Quick Access Toolbar is discussed.


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