If the page numbering in Excel or Word, you already know how to do it, then with the slide show you can completely page numbering in PowerPoint quite easily the way that Taimienphi.vn instructions below.
Insert slide page numbers on Powerpoint
Page numbering in Powerpoint
In this tutorial, Taimienphi.vn will use it PowerPoint 2016 to demo page numbering in Powerpoint
1. Number the page for 1 slide or all slides
Step 1: At the Powerpoint interface you want to paginate. You go to the tab Insert -> select Header & Footer.
Step 2: In the interface Header and Footer, tab Slide tick the box item Slide number. In case you want to page numbers for all slides -> then you click Apply to All, and if you just number the page for a page then you just need to click Apply.
As a result, you have successfully paginated Powerpoint pages. You will see the start page will be number 1, you can edit the font, font size, font color accordingly.
2. Number the page from any slide
The default is when you Create page numbers on PowerPoint it will start at number 1 for the first slide. However, you can change to a different page number if you like.
Step 1: You go to the tab Thiết kế -> select Slide size -> click continue Custom Slide Size.
Step 2: Display Slide Size appears allowing you to customize the page number. In Number slides -> you enter any page number you want to start without being 1, for example you enter number 3 for the first slide -> next, you press OK, got it to save.
As a result, number 3 will be displayed for the first slide but not the number 1 in the default way to create a number of PowerPoint slides.
So you have just been instructed page numbering in Powerpoint Success with the operation is quite simple and easy to implement is not it! With Powerpoint then the operation to set up the page number is not as much as you number the page in Word or Excel, so please depending on the situation to choose one of the two page numbering styles that we have just introduced above. Also, you see more Powerpoint Wallpaper Nice to insert into your slides. Good luck!