Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Jumping to Specific Slides
To back up to the previous slide, use any of these methods:
Press any of these keys: P, Backspace, left arrow, up arrow, or Page Up.
Click the left-pointing arrow button on the bottom-left corner of the slide.
Right-click and choose Previous.
You can also go back to the last slide that you viewed. To do this, right-click and choose
Last Viewed. Although you would think that the last slide viewed would be the same as
the previous slide, this is not always the case. For example, if you jump around in the slide
show — such as to a hidden slide — then the last slide viewed is not the previous slide in
the show but the hidden slide that you have just viewed.
Jumping to Specii c Slides
There are several ways to jump to a particular slide. One of the easiest ways is to use See
All Slides to locate the slide from its thumbnail image. To do so, follow these steps:
1. During the slide show, right-click to display the shortcut menu.
2. Select See All Slides. Thumbnail images of the slides appear, as shown in
Figure 18.4.
You can go to a specii c slide using the See All Slides command on the menu.
3. Click the slide to which you want to jump.
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