Move from Slide to Slide While Giving Your PowerPoint 2007 Presentation
Whether you show your PowerPoint presentation on a computer or a screen in front of an audience, you use the same PowerPoint tricks to move among your slides. PowerPoint offers four ways to move from slide to slide in a presentation:
Use the slide control buttons: Click a slide control button — Previous, Slides, Next — in the lower-left corner of the screen. If you don’t see the slide control buttons, press Ctrl+U or right-click and choose Pointer Options→Arrow Options→Visible.
Click the Slides button: Click this button and make a choice on the pop-up menu.
Right-click on-screen: Right-click and choose a navigation option on the shortcut menu.
Press a keyboard shortcut: Press one of the numerous keyboard shortcuts that PowerPoint offers for going from slide to slide.Besides using keyboard shortcuts, you can move from slide to slide by clicking on-screen.
|To Go Here||Slide Control Button||Click the Slides Button and Choose. . .||Right-Click and Choose. . .||Keyboard Shortcut|
|Next slide*||Next||Next||Next||Enter, spacebar, N, PgDn, down-arrow, or right-arrow|
|Previous slide||Previous||Previous||Previous||Backspace, P, PgUp, up-arrow, or left-arrow|
|Specific slide||Go To Slide→Slide number and title||Go to Slide→Slide number and title||Slide number+Enter; Ctrl+S and then select Slide number and title|
|Last viewed slide||Last Viewed||Last Viewed|
If animations are on a slide, commands for going to the next slide instead make animations play in sequence. To bypass animations and go to the next slide, use a command for going forward across several slides.