Ctrl+D: Duplicate Slide (PowerPoint)

In PowerPoint, when you’re in the Slide Sorter or Outline views, you can press Ctrl+D to insert a slide in your presentation that’s a duplicate of the current slide.

This doesn’t work in edit mode, unfortunately; for that, you need to use the Insert menu’s Duplicate Slide command. (Get there simply by pressing Alt+I, D).

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