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Link To Another Slide

One of the most useful features of the Actions tab is the ability to link an object to another slide. This is most helpful when you’re trying to create navigational tools such as a Table of Contents or Index in your project, but the possibilities don’t end there. Here’s how to get started:

First, it’s a good idea to rename your slides so they’re easier to identify later in the Actions tab. Simple hover over the slide in the right-panel menu were all of the slides are listed, and the slide’s Title, as well as a gear icon, will appear. Click inside the title while hovering, and the mouse pointer will change to a text cursor where you can enter a new name for the slide.

To start, select the object, shape, text or icon that you want to use as a “button” for the link. Then click on the “Actions” menu at the top right. From there, select the “Slide or Page” tab.

From the “Go to Slide” drop down menu, simply select the slide that you want your object to be linked to. Once you are finished, click Apply.

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