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Power Point 2010

I have a couple of Powerpoint presentation that were done by another user and when you go to play the presentation and click on the mouse to go to the next slide it could take up to 12 mouse clicks for the slide to change. Is there some setting I am missing that is turned on? I have look through everything I can think of but with no luck.
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Brian GeeCommented:
I could custom animations (although not visible for one reason or another) that are executing On-Click events (again, possibly not visible) before the slide is allowed to advance, or maybe even the Advance Slide option in the Transitions tab is set for a time duration that you're able to fit 12 mouse-clicks into before the slide is set to change via the timer...

Are you able to upload the file here (of course removing any personal or confidential information) for me to assess the slides in the file itself?
As yobri says almost certainly animations. If you didn't add them they may be on the master.

Animations tab >> Animation pane

You will either see the animations which you can delete OR the words master body or similar which means thay are on the master. You will need to go to View > Slide Master and delete them there.
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