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Microsoft® Office Home and Student 2007 Step by Step by Joan Lambert, Curtis Frye, Joyce Cox

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Showing a Presentation

To start a slide show from Normal or Slide Sorter view, you click the Slide Show button to display the current slide full screen. Then the simplest way to move linearly from one slide to the next is to click the mouse button without moving the mouse. But you can also move around by using the keyboard in the following ways:

  • To move to the next slide, press the Spacebar, the Down Arrow key, or the Right Arrow key.

  • To move to the previous slide, press the Page Up key or the Left Arrow key.

  • To end the presentation, press the Esc key.

If you need to move to a slide other than the next one or the previous one, you can move the mouse pointer to display an inconspicuous toolbar in the lower-left corner of the slide. You can use this ...

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