How to Print Multiple Slides on One Page in Google Slides

Printing presentations is often necessary to provide handouts or notes to your audience. However, printing each slide on a separate page can be time-consuming and waste a lot of paper. Fortunately, Google Slides allows you to easily print multiple slides on one page.

Benefits of Printing Multiple Slides per Page

Here are some of the benefits of printing multiple slides per page:

  • Saves paper and ink
  • Creates compact handouts for your audience
  • Allows you to print notes and slides together
  • Faster than printing each slide individually
  • Customize layout to focus on key content

Step-by-Step Guide

Follow these simple steps to print multiple slides on one page in Google Slides:

1. Open Presentation and Select Print

Open your Google Slides presentation and click File > Print in the top menu.

2. Open Print Settings and Preview

In the print window, click on Print Settings and Preview.

3. Select Slides Per Page

Under Print Layout, select the number of slides you want per page such as 2, 4, 6 or 9 slides per page.

Select slides per page

4. Customize Additional Options

Customize other settings like orientation, margins, page scaling, and headers/footers based on your needs.

5. Preview and Print

Preview how the slides will print and click Print when ready.


Here are some useful tips when printing multiple slides per page:

  • Landscape mode fits more slides per page
  • Print section slides using page range under Pages
  • Add slide numbers, date, etc. in the header/footer
  • Adjust page scaling to fit your paper size


Slides Print Too Small?

Adjust page scaling to fit the paper size better under More Settings.

Text Gets Cut Off?

Select a reasonable number of slides per page. Try landscape mode for more width.

Specific Slides Print on Separate Pages?

You can select a page range under Pages to isolate specific slides.

And that’s it! By following these simple steps, you can save paper and ink by printing multiple slides conveniently per page in Google Slides.