Hidden slides


G

Guest

Is there any way to view hidden slides during a presentation without right
clicking on the mouse? I want to be able to view hidden slides on comand
(preferrable on a numerical pad) without the menu being shown on the screen.
 
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K

Kathy Jacobs

If you know the slide numbers for the hidden slides, you can type in the
number using your keyboard and then the enter key. This will take you
directly to the slide.

Another option would be to set up a button to take you to the hidden slide.
To do that, add a shape to your slide, right click the shape and use
Hyperlink to link the button to the hidden slide. If you need to jump to the
slide and then back to where you were, set up a custom show with just the
hidden slide, link to it and check the "Show and return" box in the
hyperlink interface.

Let us know if any of these will do what you need.

--
Kathryn Jacobs, Microsoft MVP PowerPoint and OneNote
Author of Kathy Jacobs on PowerPoint - Available now from Holy Macro! Books
Get PowerPoint answers at http://www.powerpointanswers.com

I believe life is meant to be lived. But:
if we live without making a difference, it makes no difference that we lived
 
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A

Alec Stonehouse

Or simply press H on the keyboard



Kathy Jacobs said:
If you know the slide numbers for the hidden slides, you can type in the
number using your keyboard and then the enter key. This will take you
directly to the slide.

Another option would be to set up a button to take you to the hidden slide.
To do that, add a shape to your slide, right click the shape and use
Hyperlink to link the button to the hidden slide. If you need to jump to the
slide and then back to where you were, set up a custom show with just the
hidden slide, link to it and check the "Show and return" box in the
hyperlink interface.

Let us know if any of these will do what you need.

--
Kathryn Jacobs, Microsoft MVP PowerPoint and OneNote
Author of Kathy Jacobs on PowerPoint - Available now from Holy Macro! Books
Get PowerPoint answers at http://www.powerpointanswers.com

I believe life is meant to be lived. But:
if we live without making a difference, it makes no difference that we lived
 

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