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Old 07-09-2009, 12:53 PM
jjudson jjudson is offline How to Jump Back and Forth? Windows XP How to Jump Back and Forth? Office 2003
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I am setting up a Powerpoint in version 2003. I have some Powerpoint slides that I would like to be able to click on an image and go to another series of slides further down the presentation. I know how to do that by hyperlinking, but what I don't know is how to get back (other than hyperlinking). What I would like to do is set a particular slide in the jump series that will send me back to the original slide once I click or hit enter.



So, in other words:

1. Click on an image to jump to a slide further down.
2. Run through a series of slides beginning with the one I jumped to.
3. On the last slide of that series, automatically return to the slide where I started by hitting enter or clicking the mouse.

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Is the referring (original) slide always the same slide? If so, why can't you use a hyperlink?
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