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Old 07-04-2017, 06:03 PM
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I have created my presentation linking about 20 slideshows into one presentation with the use of hyperlinks as objects. This is working well but I hate having to click the object each time and am wondering if there is a way that I can set up a keyboard shortcut that would automatically act in the same way as me clicking the hyperlink.

Ill survive if I have to use the mouse but I'd prefer not to use it.

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There is only very limited support for this. Is SOME cases Tab then ENTER works.
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There is only very limited support for this. Is SOME cases Tab then ENTER works.
Excellent! Thank you kindly this will work well for what I need!

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If you have more than one link you may need to press Tab several times and then ENTER. You should be able see which link is selected.
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