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    Sam commented  · 

    Thanks @Goran for your explanation. This is not really what I meant, though.

    What you are describing is already implemented through zooms. The advantage of zooms over your suggestion is that zooms work even if I just press the "next" button on my pointer. Note that I rarely click on slides on presentations but rather have a "clicker" with forward and backward buttons. Therefore, buttons on slides do not help me in real life scenarios.

    Furthermore, your solution would let me go through all effects of the first slide again. This is what I do *not* want. I want it to be possible to have something like
    1. Show slide 1, item 1
    2. Show slide 2
    3. Show slide 1, item 1 and 2
    4. Show slide 3,
    5. Show slide 1, item 1, 2, and 3.

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    Sam commented  · 

    Even better: it should be possible to exclude slides from being counted manually - both for the total slide count as well as for the number of the current slide.

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    Sam commented  · 

    Someone has created a makro to do that. However, it does not seem to work with Office 365. See https://superuser.com/questions/602209/create-a-pdf-from-powerpoint-with-animations

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