Adding action buttons


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Adding action buttons

Action buttons are little squares that you could insert into your slides that perform actions. Some of them are pre-programmed, to do things like navigate to other slides. You can also program them to do your bidding. Whenever I work with Action buttons I always start by going to the View Ribbon and then turning on the Guides. This will allow me to position each button in the same place on every slide. I will click on the Horizontal guide and drag it down to the 2 inch mark. Then I'll click on the Vertical guide and drag this over to 4.6.

Now let's go to the Insert Ribbon. Click on the Shapes button and down at the bottom you will see a row of Action Buttons. Each of the images is pre-programmed for a specific task, but you do have the ability to choose an image and then assign it to any function that you'd like. We are going to use the information action button, the i in the circle and I will click on it. When I hold my cursor over the slide, it becomes a thin c...

Adding action buttons
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Adding action buttons provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the PowerPoint 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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