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why power point presentation don't start in first slide

Posted on 2012-03-22
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hi.

when i view power point at mode presentation, it don't start at first slide

someone know why?

thanks
ANALISIS-DE-MODELO.pptx
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You have the first 2 slides set as HIDDEN. The Diagonal line through the slide number in thumbnails indicates this.

Right click on the thumbnails and choose "Hide Slide" will unhide them
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wonderfull JSRWilson

thanks a lot i did'nt know it

thanks
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No problem. And if you are wondering what hidden slides are for. Normally they will be not shown but if for some reason you want to show it (and it's the next slide) press H and it will appear.
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right JSRWilson

regards
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