How do I print 4 slides per page in PowerPoint?

Answered by Jason Smith

To print four slides per page in PowerPoint, follow these steps:

1. Open your PowerPoint presentation.
2. Click on the “File” tab in the top left corner of the screen.
3. From the drop-down menu, select “Print”. This will open the Print window.
4. In the Print window, you will see a section called “Settings”. Look for the “Full Page Slides” drop-down menu within this section.
5. Click on the drop-down menu to expand it and display the available options.
6. In the “Handouts” section of the drop-down menu, you will find various options for printing multiple slides on a single page. The specific option you are looking for is “4 Slides Horizontal” or “4 Slides Vertical”. Choose the option that suits your preference.
7. Once you have selected the desired option, you can preview how the slides will look on the printed page in the preview section of the Print window.
8. If everything looks good, you can proceed to print. Click on the “Print” button located at the bottom right corner of the Print window.
9. A dialog box may appear, allowing you to further customize the print settings if needed. Make any necessary adjustments, such as selecting the desired printer or specifying the number of copies, and then click “Print” to start printing your document.
10. Wait for the printing process to complete, and your PowerPoint slides will be printed with four slides per page.

Printing multiple slides per page can be helpful when you want to conserve paper or create handouts for your audience. It allows you to fit more content onto each page, making it easier to review or distribute your presentation.

I hope this detailed explanation helps you print your PowerPoint slides with four slides per page.