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I have a presentation and I would like to do somethings passive or invisible in a page..after I pressing enter, it will be active again then others passive again..how can we do with powerpoint 2007? My presantation page is full  and I would like to add a something but I havent free space in that page and I dont want to add it in a seperate powerpoint page..is there a any way to do it?
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Have you used animations before? These can be set to appear or disappear on a click. Maybe if you send the slide that is causing problems I could apply some animation to demonstrate this
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I would use trigger animations for this. Here are some basic instructions for how to use triggers: http://echosvoice.com/tutorials-2/tutorials-200203/triggers-ppt-2002-2003/
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