I have a Powerpoint Presentation with some animations on one of my slides. Since i want to distribute the presentation in a PDF, I need to instead make a separate slide for each part of the animation and click through them, otherwise all of the images in the animation will overlap in the PDF.
Well, this is easy enough to do, but the issue is that I go from having 1 slide to having 4 slides with identical text. As I update the presentation, I don't want to have to remember to edit the text in 4 slides.
I know I could create a master slide, but then to edit that specific slide, I have to remember to go through the menus to access the master slide, which is kind of tedious.
Is there anyway to have a text box on slide 1, copy it to slide 2, 3, and 4; and be able to edit this text on any of the slides and have the changes reflected on all fo the text boxes? I feel like this should be fairly straightforward since it is similar to a "header" in a word document.