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If you have text animation that displays one bullet of text at a time, you may have noticed that if you right-click and choose Previous in slide show view, you just go to the previous animation step, rather than the previous slide. If someone in the audience asks about the previous slide, it’s pretty annoying to have to click through all the steps of animation to get to the previous slide. Right-clicking and choosing Go to Slide is better, but still two clicks. If you feel that you may want to navigate to nearby slides, you can add an Action button to each slide, which will jump to the previous or next slide. On the Drawing toolbar, choose AutoShapes>Action Buttons and choose the Back or Previous button to go one slide back. Choose the Forward or Next button to go to the next slide. Alternatively, you can add a hyperlink to any AutoShape or text to go to the previous or next slide.