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How to Start a Slide Show From the Current Slide in PowerPoint

Preparing a really good and professional presentation is certainly not easy.

Presenting a professional and good presentation is not as easy as turning the hand. There are a number of things you must do.

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For that, you need to test the PowerPoint presentation that has been created to make sure that everything is as expected. If not, you need to re-edit which slides need correction or adjustment.

You may have to change the transition effect or animation, adjust the slide duration (timing), change the narration and so on.

When editing a slide and making corrections or adjustments, you may choose not to start the slide show from the beginning.

You immediately start a slide show from the slide that is being edited to see the changes that have been made.

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Starting a slide show from the current slide is very easy in PowerPoint. You can use one of the following three methods from below. Pick one that serve you must.

1. Using the From Current Slide button.

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It is assumed that you have started or opened the Microsoft PowerPoint application and are editing one of the slides.

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Make sure you are on the Slide Show tab (1) and in the Start Slide Show group, click the From Current Slide button (2).

Start a slide show from the current slide in PowerPoint
Start a slide show from the current slide in PowerPoint

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2. Using the Slide Show icon.

When you’re on a slide that’s being edited and want to see the changes you’ve made, you can click the Slide Show icon in the lower-right corner of the Microsoft PowerPoint window.

Start a slide show from the current slide in PowerPoint
Start a slide show from the current slide in PowerPoint

3. Via the keyboard shortcut SHIFT+F5.

When you’re on a slide that’s being edited and want to see the changes you’ve made, you can use the keyboard shortcut¬†SHIFT+F5.

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Those are all the ways you need to do to start a slide show from the current slide in Microsoft PowerPoint and all you found this post useful and see you in my next posts guys,

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Muhamad Nagib
Muhamad Nagibhttps://istalkingtech.com
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