Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Using the On-Screen Show Controls
causes it to draw rather than advance the presentation. In this situation, you can
use the Forward button.
Pointers opens a menu for controlling the appearance of the pen or pointer. (I dis-
cuss this feature later in this chapter.)
See All Slides opens a slide-sorter-like view within Slide Show view, from which
you can quickly select the slide you want to jump to by looking at thumbnails.
Zoom enables you to zoom in on a portion of a slide and then zoom back out again.
Options opens the menu shown in Figure 18.2. It contains a variety of commands
for controlling the presentation, including setting arrow options and controlling
display settings and Presenter view. You can also open this menu by right-clicking
anywhere on the slide.
Click the Options button or right-click on the slide to open this menu.
You can set up your show to move backward when you click the right-mouse button. Choose File
Advanced, and in the Slide Show section, deselect the Show Menu on Right Mouse Click check box. If you do that,
you can’t right-click to open the navigation menu though. The toolbar in the lower-left corner of Slide Show view can
be disabled via File
Show Popup Toolbar.
Because the menu that appears is identical whether you click the Options button or right-click anywhere on the slide,
this chapter mentions only the right-click method when you need to choose something from this menu. However, keep
in mind that you can also click the Options button on the popup toolbar if you prefer.