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    Dave Singh commented  · 

    Just start your new list on the next slide at whatever number you left off at--like start list at 4.

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    Dave Singh commented  · 

    Is there a problem with just putting "<#> of 20", for example, on the master in the slide number box? Cause each slide would then show up as 1 of 20, 2 of 20, etc.

    I'm not getting what the automation would really save...

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    Dave Singh commented  · 

    There is a pricey third-party add-in that does this. Objects to layers and vice versa.

    Without the add-in, you could paste into Illustrator and then export to a PSD. As long as each object is in its own layer group, they'll come in as layers in Photoshop.

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    Dave Singh commented  · 

    You can save as html using Publisher. The tools are similar enough to PowerPoint that there shouldn't be a huge learning curve.

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    Dave Singh commented  · 

    There is at least one third-party add-in that does this. You can also export as a video and then convert the video to an animated gif using an online converter.

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