How can I merge PowerPoint documents?
Applies to JungleDocs for Office 365.
For a similar tutorial for JungleDocs for SharePoint 2010-2019, click here.
The merging of several PowerPoint files into one is very similar to Word document merging using Small Parts.
First, you should create a library for your PowerPoint Small Parts. Then, create folders in this library and copy the slides into the folders according to the several topics. We use one PowerPoint slide per file, but this is just a recommendation.
Configuring a PowerPoint template
Modify the main PowerPoint document template to point to the Small Parts folders. To do that, enter text such as
Note: unlike in Word, there are no content controls in PowerPoint. So you simply write the text in a slide. Use one slide for one Small Part folder.
Note: you should only use the Title text box (Click to add title) in the PowerPoint template for your Small Parts configuration:
Configuring a JungleDocs rule
In this library, launch JungleDocs for Office 365 from the ribbon. In the Create section,
Click Edit to edit the rule settings. In this example, the rule is called Presentation:Provide the location where your Small Parts are located. Click Browse to navigate to the correct library:Edit other rule settings if needed.
Once the Small Parts library is defined the JungleDocs rule icon will have 3 dots near the document: You can also create a new rule with different settings or with another template. Simply click Add new:
Now you can start assembling your presentations by clicking on the JungleDocs rule that you just created or edited. Simply select the Small Parts you want to include in the template.
You should see something similar to the image below: In the template, you can have one slide pointing to one Small Part folder in your Small Parts library. You will be able to include however many documents from that folder. You can insert 5 slides or 25, it is your choice. Simply do it by using the same setup and templates as explained above.