Have you ever wanted to compare two PowerPoint 2003 or 2007 files side-by-side? You’ve probably done it in Microsoft Word many times. You just open the two Word documents and drag one of them to the side.
But when you try that in PowerPoint, it doesn’t work. The entire application window moves. So how to you see both presentations at the same time?
Instead, go to View tab> Window group> Arrange All. (You can also choose Cascade and then move and resize the windows as you want.) In PowerPoint 2003, choose Window> Arrange All.
Here’s the result:
In PowerPoint 2010, you can drag the two (or more) presentation windows, like you can in Word.