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The problem is that most pages have a link to what is one of several help pages. 
Linking to the specific help page is not a problem. The problem is returning to 
their position in the presentation which would be the last slide they had 
viewed, and could potentially be one of a possible 15 slides.

That is why the "Go to last slide viewed" in Powerpoint was perfect. 


From: Cor Nouws <>
Sent: Sat, December 4, 2010 3:50:07 AM
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Impress Question

Hi Lyle,

Lyle Briggs wrote (04-12-10 01:41)
I  an trying to convert a relatively large training program from  PowerPoint 
LO beta 3.3. Everything is going well except the choice of  Interactions. In
PowerPoint, I can set up a command button to return to  the "Last viewed 
which, unfortunately, is not likely to be  First, Last, etc.

Interesting option, that I never saw in Impress.

Does anyone know a work-around or if adding this to LO is in the works?

The only relative simple thing I can think of, is using the possibilities from 
If jumping from one slide to another and back is not just 'ad random', but 
related to some logic in your presentation, then one or few prepared, invisible 
or nicely integrated objects that send (on click) to a named object on another 
slide, will do it.


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