Learn PowerPoint 2010: Default Behaviors for Action Buttons

Created: Tuesday, November 29, 2011, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



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We already showed how you can insert Action Buttons in PowerPoint 2010. Once inserted, you can do so much more with these Action Buttons — what sets these Action Buttons apart from other shapes is the iconography they contain. For most users, an icon such as a leftwards arrow indicates moving to the previous slide and a rightwards arrow does indicate progressing to the next slide. Another advantage of these icon-equipped Action Buttons is that they are language independent, and can work very well in multi-language and international presentations.

Explore the different types of Action buttons and their default behavior in PowerPoint 2010.

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