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    I have created a numercay slideshow which has object moving from one side of the screen to the other when I click on them. what i want to do is move onto another slide and be able to go back to the slide where the pencils. The problem is that I want the animation to reset again. It doesn't the pencils are now in their new position. Is it possible to for the animation to reset when I move onto another slide?

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    Re: PowerPoint Question

    add an action button with a hyperlink back to the original slide. it should behave as if you are seeing the slide for the first time.

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    Re: PowerPoint Question

    Thanks Chripsy. The problem is the slide in question can be got to from several different location in the show, including a contents.

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