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PowerPoint onClick event

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Hi,

How can I say when the user make the selection options and clicked on the check answer
I will be prompted with a message?

Scenario Correct Answers are:
1, A, C
3 A, D
4 B, C

Create-Routine.ppt
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You can use Trigger animations for this. See http://www.echosvoice.com/triggers.htm for instructions.
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