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    Zoom in goes back to the beginning of the slide

    Hi everyone,

    I need you help with PowerPoint presentation.
    Note 1 enters the slide with split animation. The next object is the document image which contains a slide zoom to create a zoom in effect. I linked slide 3 for the zoom in effect
    I have 2 problems
    1) You have to click using the mouse to see the zoom in effect in the document image. Can this be done by clicking the arrow key on the keyboard instead?
    2) After the zoom in effect in the document image ends, slide 1 goes back to the beginning of the slide, but I need to zoom out and continue with note 2.


    See the attached image. I also attached the presentation in a zip file.

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    Re: Zoom in goes back to the beginning of the slide

    You could do it by zooming into an image perhaps - see attached.

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    Re: Zoom in goes back to the beginning of the slide

    Thank you WBD,

    It does work but I hoping for a better solution
    right now, the image is kind of blocking the slide. This is way I was trying to use Slide Zoom instea.
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    Re: Zoom in goes back to the beginning of the slide

    Then just move the image and change the animation line as in the attached.

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    Re: Zoom in goes back to the beginning of the slide

    Thank you so much WBD. I really appreciate it.

    Can I still zoom into a slide instead of zooming into an image? This is what I really wanted to do first, but the problem was after zooming into slide ends, the slide goes back to the beginning rather than resuming from the last animation.

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    Re: Zoom in goes back to the beginning of the slide

    I don't think you can do what you want to do; zooming into an image seems like the best option.

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    Re: Zoom in goes back to the beginning of the slide

    No problem. Thank you for your help again.

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