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    Anonymous commented  · 

    "This was tested in a dual monitor setup using the latest Office 2019, so it may or may not work for your specific version. This solution was found by pressing each and every key on the keyboard, since it was not clearly documented " HINT: Start the slide show, press F1. All will be revealed.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Yes, please! PDF doesn't support the same (lame) Last Slide Viewed behavior that PPT does, but it does have the ability to navigate back and forth through the stack of recently viewed pages. All it would take to accomplish something USEFUL would be to convert PPT's LSV links to Acrobat/PDF's Previously Viewed links. My own Prep4PDF add-in for PowerPoint did this for years, until Microsoft broke it irreparably (by removing support for EPS; long story, sad ending). But since the Office Save as PDF feature doesn't rely on EPS, but CAN create standard links in PDF, this should be fairly simple. No need to maintain the stack; Acrobat does that for you.

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    0 comments  ·  PowerPoint for Mac  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I'd take this a bit further and ask that a user (most likely the person designing the master/layout) be able to choose the desired behavior of master shapes as they appear on slides. A very common request, for example, is to be able to include a picture placeholder/content placeholder on the layout so the end-user can click it and select a picture to appear on a slide WITHOUT the picture covering up other content on the slide itself.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Totally agree. And while we're at it, give us a way to jump to each instance of a given font. Sometimes there's just a few characters (or spaces) formatted in a font that we don't want, but we're afraid to use Replace Fonts because it might replace something we don't want replaced. Or we CAN'T use it because it won't replace double-byte (e.g. Japanese/Chinese/Korean/etc) fonts with our normal fonts.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    While I understand why a feature might not be released to all rings at once (conflict between New Feature and some previously released Existing Feature) but you need to provide details when announcing these features either to insiders or to the general public: What version of PPT it applies to, what specific edition, what Ring and what Windows version if that's applicable. Absent that information, I'm done wasting my time endlessly clicking Update, reporting to MS that the feature isn't there only (eventually. perhaps.) to be told that "Oh, well, that feature's only been released to SLOW ring and you're on Fast."

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Under review. For nearly two years and no progress? Seriously? It was a bad idea when Office 2007 was in beta and the fact that it was implemented regardless and STILL hasn't been fixed makes it all the worse.

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    28 comments  ·  PowerPoint for Mac » Charting  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Thanks for your feedback! The PowerPoint for Mac team is reviewing your suggestion and will consider it in future planning rounds.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Under review for coming up on 2 years now. Any updates from the team, please? And please add Mac support for linking to excel charts, worksheets, ranges etc, just as can be done under Windows.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Please YES, give the Mac the ability to link to spreadsheet data & charts. Not having this is like running a footrace with your feet amputated.

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