Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Moving from Slide to Slide
There are a lot of shortcut keys to remember when working in Slide Show view, and so
PowerPoint provides a handy summary of these keys. To see them, right-click and choose
Help, or press F1. The Slide Show Help dialog box appears (Figure 18.3). The dialog box has
several tabbed pages; click a tab to browse for the shortcuts of interest to you. Click OK to
close this dialog box when you are done.
FIGURE 18.3
The Slide Show Help dialog box provides a quick summary of the shortcut keys that are
available during a presentation.
Moving from Slide to Slide
The simplest way to move through a presentation is to move to the next slide. To do so, you
can use any of these methods:
Press any of these keys: N, spacebar, right arrow, down arrow, Enter, or Page Down.
Click the left mouse button.
Right-click and choose Next.
Click the right-pointing arrow button in the bottom-left corner of the slide.
If you have animated any elements on a slide, these methods advance the animation and
do not necessarily move to the next slide. For example, if you have animated your bulleted
list so that the bullets appear one at a time, then any of the actions in this list make the
next bullet appear rather than making the next slide appear. Only after all of the objects
on the current slide have displayed does PowerPoint advance to the next slide. If you need
to immediately advance to the next slide, you can use the instructions in the next section,
“Jumping to Specifi c Slides.”
 
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