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I have a presentation that has some moving parts. When printing, it of course shows the parts in their initial state. Is there a way to store a slide that would just show up when printing, not during a presentation, that has arrows that indicate the animated movement?

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You can hide slides from the “Slide Show” tab or the “Slide Sorter” view.  By default, slide show presentations skip hidden slides.

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Is there a way to do the reverse: hide slides by default from the printer? – todorojo Oct 26 '12 at 22:21
Well, it’s a bit labor-intensive, but you could create a Custom Slide Show containing only the slides you want to print, and then print that slide show. – Scott Oct 26 '12 at 22:37

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