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Advance to a Slide in Microsoft PowerPoint
Seemingly, the easiest way to advance to a slide during a slide show is to
click the mouse button, or right-click it to choose navigation options. But if
you find yourself always referring to, say, slide 8, then there's a much
Just type 8 and hit the Enter key. That's it!
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