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Old 02-17-2020, 04:23 AM
judithvg judithvg is offline Skip to bookmark in video file? Windows 7 64bit Skip to bookmark in video file? Office 2016
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Does anyone know this: if you insert a video onto a slide and add a bookmark to the video, is it possible to 'skip' to that bookmark on mouse click?



So you start showing the video, you're not sure how long you will talk about a certain topic and at the end of your talk you want to 'jump' to a further part in the video that you have bookmarked. Not by clicking on the bookmark itself (Show Media Controls is not active) but as a part of the animation sequence. Is that at all possible?

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Old 02-17-2020, 04:36 AM
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Found it, thanks: there is a 'Seek' animation which does exactly that.
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