PowerPoint, part of the Microsoft Office suite of productivity software, is a program for creating slideshow-style presentations that can be displayed on a computer screen or projected onto a wall screen for audience viewing. PowerPoint presentations can also be printed in hard copy as audience handouts. You can combine text and images in a PowerPoint presentation and can easily duplicate images for use on more than one slide.
Copy an Image
Open PowerPoint. Navigate to the slide that contains the image you want to duplicate.
Right-click on the image to display an options menu. Click "Copy" to copy the image.
Navigate to the slide where you want to insert a copy of the image. Right-click and click "Paste" to insert the duplicate image.
Copy a Slide
Right-click the small image of the slide that appears in left-hand pane if you want to make a duplicate of the entire slide.
Click "Duplicate Slide" from the menu that's displayed.
Click and hold the mouse button on the small slide to "grab" it and drag it to a new position in your presentation. For example, you can copy slide No. 2 and its duplicate will automatically show as slide No. 3. You can then grab the duplicate and drag it into position as slide No. 4.