In this video, you’ll learn more about using action buttons in PowerPoint 2013. Visit for our text-based lesson.
This video includes information on:
• Inserting, testing, and editing action buttons
• Changing the appearance of an action button
We hope you enjoy!
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17 thoughts on “PowerPoint 2013: Using Action Buttons”
will the button work if I save it as pdf?
after inserting home button, if i click on a topic that particular slide is not opening. why??? plz help
Thanks! But how can i download this? so that i can watch it again and again… but there's no download button… 🙁
can you explain how to set custom show in action link? and what is it purpose?
Thank you this was very helpful!
Is there any way of doing this with a timer? say if you press a button, there will be a 4 second delay and will navigate to the hyper linked slide.
Thanks you so much for the information!
It was so helpful.
hi can we make the action button appears only when all the trigger in a slide are being clicked?
This is really good , you helped me so much
Thank you very much
i was hoping you would add a template link on your description. Awesome tutorial btw.
im trying to add invisible buttons so when people click them it takes them to the next slide , problem i have is when is in presentation mode no matter where you click still takes you to the next one, is there a way to disable that?
sc breed all you would need to do is apply something like the Page Curl transition to a slide, then go into Presentation view; navigating back and forth between slides with the left and right arrows should give the desired effect. Hopefully this helps you!
Thank you for such a great tutorial. I have a related question that I have been unable to find an answer to and hoping you can help: When designing a presentation similar to what you describe here where you would like others to be able to navigate backwards and forwards through slides, is it possible to make the transitions reverse such that a page curl moves from the left when viewer clicks action button to go forward and from the right when going back to the previous slide?
Rarely are presentations/explanations this clear, concise and just plain "GOOD"! wow…
Thanks. Now I know what my teacher meant in IT when he said: Class, remember to add action buttons to your Binary Presentation!
Much thanks, bra 🙂