With Microsoft PowerPoint, navigating a presentation can be equally quick as the slides are set up for quick clicking. … Much of navigation in PowerPoint is simple scrolling or clicking via the mouse or pressing keyboard keys. Review a slideshow before a big presentation without losing valuable time.
Open the Insert tab on the Ribbon and click the More button in the Shapes group to reveal the Shapes gallery. Click the button for the action button shape that you want to create. Point to where you want the upper-left corner of the button. Then click and drag to where you want the lower-right corner of the button.
Go to the View tab of the PowerPoint ribbon and click on Slide Master. In the left navigation pane, scroll up and select the first slide. Switch to the Insert tab, choose an action button from the Shapes Gallery, add it to the slide, and define the settings in the dialog box.
Drag the section marker up or down to move the section. You can also right-click the section marker and select Move Section Up or Move Section Down (or press Shift + F10 or the Context key to access the context menu). Click the arrow to the left of the section marker to expand the section.
Slide tab displays the slides of your presentation as small images. This view allows easy navigation through slides. Slide pane contains the current slide in your presentation. You can use the vertical scroll bar to view other slides in the presentation.