If you want to reuse an image that appears on your presentation, but you do not want to make a new design manually, you can copy it instead. To copy images in Microsoft PowerPoint.
Duplicating an image is nothing more than copying and pasting the desired image. However, there are several ways to accomplish this low-effort task. We go through each method.
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The first method uses the “Duplicate Slide” method. Start by opening the slide show, then select the thumbnail you want to copy.
Once you have selected, right-click on the image and a menu will appear. Select “Duplicate Slide” from the menu.
The image will now be copied. It will be displayed immediately after the source image.
If you want the duplicate image to be displayed elsewhere, you can simply click and drag the image to the desired location.
Another method is to copy and paste the image to be duplicated. Select the image you want to copy, then press Ctrl + C (Command + C on Mac) to copy the image to the clipboard.
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Alternatively, right-click on the image and then select “Copy” from the menu.
Unlike the “Duplicate Image” option, you can choose where you want the copied image to be pasted. To do this, select the area between the two images that you want the image to be displayed. You know it is selected when you see a bar appear between the two images.
Now press Ctrl + V on the keyboard (Command + V on Mac) to paste the image.
Alternatively, you can right-click on the field between the two images and then select the clipboard on the far left under “Paste Options” in the menu that appears.
The copied image is now pasted to the selected location.