How do I hide the navigation buttons that appear in slideshow mode?

Created: Sunday, July 25, 2004, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:19 pm

If you don’t want the navigation buttons such as the arrow (for before and next slides), pen and menu to be visible when you play your PowerPoint presentation, you can choose from three options.

1. Choose Slide Show | Set Up Show and select Kiosk mode. Do remember that you’ll need to create your own navigation buttons to move around the presentation if you select the Kiosk mode option.

2. Choose Tools | Options and select the View tab. In the Slide Show area, remove the checkmark next to “Show popup toolbar”. Click OK.

3. After you start the show, press Ctrl + H. This will hide the mouse cursor and the navigation buttons (not in Kiosk mode) on the bottom left of the slide show window.

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