Chart a clear course through your slide show, even with detours.
It always happens: You're in the middle of presenting a show when someone asks to see an early slide that had some crucial data. Your impulse is to back up, through every slide, but you know there must be a more direct way.
This lesson lays out quick and precise methods for navigating between slides in a show. When you know what the pros know—including a special trick or two—you'll retain your composure as you maneuver, and you'll get where you need to go.
To burnish your navigating skills, click Next, and read on.
Note The menus and methods discussed in this lesson assume that the slide show is being viewed in full-screen mode, not in a smaller browsing view.