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Open the nested presentation, select all of the slides, copy them then paste them at the appropriate point in the main presentation.
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Dan Goldstein wrote:
> In a PP 2003 presentation, I've inserted another PP presentation as an
> object into one of the slides.
> Let's call the original presentation "Main" and the inserted
> presentation "Nested."
> When I play the Main presentation, the Nested presentation is initially
> displayed as a smaller object within the Main slide that it was inserted
> into. But when I start playing Nested, it runs full-screen till it's
> done -- after which it's displayed again within the Main slide.
> Is there a way to run the Nested presentation so that it's displayed
> within the Main slide while it's running?
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