Last updated on May 9th, 2023 at 06:28 am
Are you working on a presentation in Google Slides and you have it all ready to present to your audience, but a certain slide isn’t appearing when you are practicing the presentation? This is occurring because that slide is currently hidden from the presentation, and is being skipped.
Fortunately this is a setting that you can change so that the slide will appear in the presentation. Our tutorial below will show you how to stop skipping a slide that isn’t currently showing during a presentation in Google Slides.
How to Stop Skipping a Slide in Google Slides
The steps in this article were performed in the desktop version of Google Chrome. This guide assumes that you currently have a slide in Google Slides that isn’t displaying during a presentation, even though you are able to see and edit the slide in the application’s regular editing mode.
Step 1: Sign into your Google Drive and open the slide presentation containing the slide that’s being skipped.
Step 2: Select the skipped slide from the list at the left side of the window. It should have the crossed-out eye icon on it that looks like the one on the slide below.
Step 3: Right-click the slide, then choose the Skip slide option.
The crossed-out eye icon should disappear from the slide, and you should now be able to view that slide when you are in presentation mode.
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