This might be very simple to achieve, but I don't know how to see it through.
When I create presentations using MS powerpoint, I have to go from slide to slide (say from Slide 3 to slide 45). So far I have reached the required slide using the slide sorter.
For a similar requirement, MS Word has the option of
Go to page which can be called using
Ctrl+G keyboard shortcut.
Is there a similar shortcut to go to a particular slide while editing slides in MS powerpoint?
From the answer below and from the internet search I understand that in Edit mode one cannot go to a particular slide (as one would go to a page in Word).
I wrote the following macro to implement this functionality.
'Go to a particular slide when in edit mode Sub go_to_slide() Dim S As Integer Dim total_slides As Integer total_slides = ActivePresentation.Slides.Count S = InputBox("Enter slide number", "Go To Slide") If (S <= 0) Then MsgBox ("Enter slide number greater than zero") ElseIf (S > total_slides) Then MsgBox ("Enter slide number less than the total slides") ElseIf (S <= total_slides) Then ActivePresentation.Slides(S).Select End If End Sub
Is there a better/efficient way to implement this?