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    PPXP: Shortcut for 'Animate THIS slide'? (XP SP-2)

    Hi,

    Is there a shortcut key in PPoint to say "Animate this slide"
    Problem with F5 is that it jumps right to the start?

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    Re: PPXP: Shortcut for 'Animate THIS slide'? (XP SP-2)

    Can you expand on your question? Is this when you are starting a presentation? In which case, I'd recommend you look at shows.

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    Re: PPXP: Shortcut for 'Animate THIS slide'? (XP SP-2)

    Hi,

    For example, when I am in Slide Sorter View & I just want to animate Slide # 13 (tp preview changes made to it).

    F5 jumps to the 1st slide, but I just want to see Slide 13 animated.

    Hope that's a bit clearer.

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    Re: PPXP: Shortcut for 'Animate THIS slide'? (XP SP-2)

    Select Slide Show | Custom Animation or Slide Show | Slide Transition.
    The Task Pane is displayed; at the bottom are two buttons:
    - Play previews the animation in Slide Sorter view itself.
    - Slide Show shows the animation in Slide Show view.

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    Re: PPXP: Shortcut for 'Animate THIS slide'? (XP SP-2)

    In addition to Hans's options, there are also 3 small icons in the lower left hand corner of your PPT screen. The one on the right looks like a screen, and if you hover your mouse over it, you'll see something like "show slide (from current slide)." Click that.

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