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ProPresenter Tutorial: Dealing with duplicate slides

Sometimes, you need to put up two slides in a row that are identical. Maybe they’re a repeat of a chorus; maybe the worship leader decides to repeat a verse. Whatever the reason, how do you deal with that because generally, it won’t be obvious that you changed from one slide to another.

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You can combine to one slide and include an annotation to repeat. You can add a space before the second slide, so there’s an indication of the change.

There are a couple of other things to try as well. Watch the video for more.

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