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Old 02-08-2012, 01:40 PM
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Question Clickable button in word


Hello,

I am trying to make a clickable command button that will go to a certain slide in a powerpoint presentation when clicked. I need it to change if the file is moved from one pc to another location on another pc though also. Any help is much appreciated.


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Hi ndjustin20,

Unless the user needs access to the whole presentation from Word, you might do better to create a single-slide presentation of just that slide and embed it in the Word document as a clickable object.
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