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Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows: Action Buttons

Shapes may look basic or even primitive, but they are the building blocks of almost anything you create on your PowerPoint slides. Fortunately, you are not deprived of choices because PowerPoint provides plenty of shapes, neatly categorized into nine types. Among all the shape types, Action Buttons behave differently — these are essentially rectangular shapes that are used as navigation aids to navigate between slides, or even another presentation, document, or a web URL. You insert an Action Button in almost the same way as you insert any other shape.

Learn how to insert an Action button on a slide in PowerPoint 2013.

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