Sometimes, not every slide you set up makes its way to your final product. We’ll show you how to hide and unhide slides while creating or delivering a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation.

Hide or Unhide a Slide When Creating a Presentation

You can hide a slide in either Normal or Slide Sorter view in PowerPoint.

  1. Go to the View tab and choose Normal or Slide Sorter.
  2. Select the slide you want to hide. In Normal view, you can do this using the slide thumbnails on the left side.
  3. Then, choose the Hide Slide button on the Slide Show tab (You can also right-click the slide you want to slide and pick Hide Slide from the pop-up menu).

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You’ll then see the slide number with a line through it. The slide is still included in the presentation but is hidden when you present the slideshow.

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You can also hide multiple slides at once if you like. Select the slides by holding the Ctrl key as you click each one. Then, choose Hide Slide on the Slide Show tab (or right-click any of the selected files and select Hide Slide from the pop-up menu).

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Every slide you hide has a line through the slide number to indicate that it’s hidden.

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You can unhide a slide while creating your presentation by reversing the process.

In Normal or Slide Sorter view, select one or more slides and choose Unhide Slide on the Slide Show tab (Or right-click the slide and pick Unhide Slide from the pop-up menu).

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Unhide Slides During a PowerPoint Presentation

While you can’t hide a slide during your presentation, you can unhide hidden slides while presenting. You can do this either in Slide Show or Presenter View.

  1. In either view, select the See All Slides icon in the toolbar on the bottom left or right-click the current slide and pick See All Slides.

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  1. Select the hidden slide to display it on the screen.

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  1. Your slide show then picks right up with the selected slide now unhidden.

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Alternatively, you can use a keyboard shortcut to display the hidden slide. Press H when the slide before the hidden one is on the screen. You should see the hidden slide appear and can continue your PowerPoint presentation.

Now that you know how to hide and unhide slides in Microsoft PowerPoint take a look at these tips for improving your presentation.

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