Using a Summary Slide for a Question & Answer Session June 13, 2001 by Ellen Finkelstein 2 Comments READ LATER - DOWNLOAD THIS POST AS PDF >> CLICK HERE << A summary slide creates a slide listing the slide names of selected slides. Besides using a summary slide for summaries, you can use it to create agenda slides. A nice use for the summary slide is for a question & answer session. Here’s how: Select all the slides you want to include. You might want to leave out the first slide, for example, because presumably no one will ask you any questions about it. Click Summary Slide on the Outlining toolbar. PowerPoint places the summary slide before the selected slides. Go into slide sorter view and move the slide to the end of your PowerPoint presentation. Hyperlink each slide title back to its slide. (Select the text and choose Insert > Hyperlink.) Be sure to add hyperlinks on each of the slides back to the summary slide. If you attach the hyperlink to an image or AutoShape, it will be invisible. Did you find this post useful? Get my free video training, "13 techniques that will make designing your slides EASY." Need training? Click here to find out about training to bring your presentations to the next level!If you found this useful, please use the buttons below to share it! Email Follow Share Tweet Share +12Shares 2READ LATER - DOWNLOAD THIS POST AS PDF >> CLICK HERE << Related posts: Choose titles for a summary slide Add notes in PowerPoint in Slide Show view Easily create a quiz in PowerPoint using Visual Basic for Applications Create a slide show that really slides!