Download article A new feature in Photoshop CC and the free previewer for Photoshop CS5 and later lets you create free slide layouts for your own personal projects, free of charge.
Free slide templates can be created by adding them to a file or using the built-in drag-and-drop feature.
While these templates are only available for personal use, the feature is still worth a look if you want to make your own.
Free slides can be added to any document, so you can easily share them with friends, family, colleagues, and your business.
To get started, open up Photoshop CC or the free Previewer and create a new file.
For the free version of Photoshop CS3, open the Photoshop project in the same project view you used to create the slide template.
Click on the “Free Template” tab and drag and drop the file you want.
Photoshop will automatically create the free slide template for you.
When you open the template, you’ll see a pop-up menu with the option to add a free slide.
If you select the option, Photoshop will add the template to your document and show you the full list of slides.
You can click on the name of the slide or icon of the template you want, then drag and select the name or icon you want and Photoshop will place the slide in your document.
If the icon doesn’t appear in the template file, click on Edit > Add.
The template will be automatically placed in the document.
To see the list of all the slides in the file, open it and right-click the icon and choose View > All Files.
The list of free slide styles will show up, and you can click Add Slide to add the slide to the document using the drag-drop menu.
Photoshop CS4 or later includes a new preview tool called the Slide Gallery, which lets you quickly see all the free slides that are already included in a file.
This allows you to quickly create custom slides that look great when you share them, or you can add additional slides to your project.
To create a slide, open Photoshop CC, and click the Add to File button at the top right of the page.
Photoshop should open up the Add To File window and ask you whether you want the file to be a free preview or a paid one.
If it asks you to select whether you would like to preview or pay, click Yes and Photoshop opens up the free and paid preview options.
You’ll see two options, one with a free option and the other with a paid option.
If Photoshop asks you for a name for the free option, choose the name you want from the dropdown menu and click OK.
The preview will be open, but there’s no button to add or remove the slide.
Open Photoshop CS2, and the file will be added as a free or paid preview.
Open it up again, and Photoshop should add the file as a paid preview and tell you whether the file is a paid or free one.
Click OK, and it should add a new slider to the file.
To remove a slide from the preview, simply right-mouse click on it and choose Remove Slider.
In Photoshop CS1, there was no way to create free slides.
The free preview and paid options were only available on certain projects.
This new feature opens up a lot of possibilities, and if you don’t want to create custom slide templates, you can still easily create free ones by adding slides to existing projects.