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Powerpoint slide master background fix needed

I have a presentation that has some slides with no background and some with a bad background I want to eliminate - but I cannot do it.

Every time I create or paste a new slide - it takes on this bad background - though many older slides do not have it. . .

Can you walk me through fixing it - or fix it for me.. .??

Thank you.

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