Default Behaviors for Action Buttons in PowerPoint 2013

Created: Friday, January 29, 2016, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:15 am

Once you place Action Buttons on your slide in PowerPoint 2013, you can make them do all sorts of actions when clicked. What sets Action Buttons apart from other shape types in PowerPoint 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. In this tutorial, you are going to explore the different types of Action Buttons, and their default behaviors.

Explore the different types of Action buttons and their default behavior in PowerPoint 2013.

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