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Branching in PowerPoint
Branching in PowerPoint
Branching in PowerPoint
Branching in PowerPoint
Branching in PowerPoint
Branching in PowerPoint
Branching in PowerPoint
Branching in PowerPoint
Branching in PowerPoint
Branching in PowerPoint
Branching in PowerPoint
Branching in PowerPoint
Branching in PowerPoint
Branching in PowerPoint
Branching in PowerPoint
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Branching in PowerPoint

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Step-by-step example of how to create branching right within PowerPoint by creating invisible interactive buttons.

Step-by-step example of how to create branching right within PowerPoint by creating invisible interactive buttons.

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  • 1. Branching within PowerPoint
  • 2. What is the right next step? A. Check the patient for unresponsiveness. B. Drive victim to the hospital. C. Call for assistance.
  • 3. C. Call for assistance.
  • 4. Drive Victim to Hospital
  • 5. Check Patient
  • 6. Go to “Insert” and then “Shapes”
  • 7. The Interactive Linking Buttons are under “Action Buttons.”
  • 8. Drag your mouse to create the button.
  • 9. A Dialogue Window will appear. To make action happen on a mouse click, choose “Mouse Click.”
  • 10. Then click“Hyperlink to:”
  • 11. To link to another slide, scroll down until you reach “Slide…”
  • 12. Then Choose the slide that you want to link to.
  • 13. Once a button is created, it can be edited like any other object so it can be made invisible with no fill and no outline.
  • 14. The other buttons like the “Home” button work the same way.
  • 15. What is the right next step? A. Check the patient for unresponsiveness. B. Drive victim to the hospital. C. Call for assistance. Invisible buttons used to create branching.

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