How to Set Right Mouse Click to Go Back When Viewing PowerPoint Presentation

Maybe you have done this for thousands of time: click “F5” to view PowerPoint slideshow, click “Page UP” to go to previous page and click “Page Down” or left click to go to next page. The right click is seldom used when viewing PowerPoint. Only if we can right click and move back a slide. We can make it simply by unchecking the option “show menu on right mouse click”. Let me make it easier by figuring out the detail process.


In PowerPoint 2003:

1. From the “Tools” menu, choose “Options and select the “View” tab

Set Right Mouse Click to Go Back in PowerPoint 2003: Step 1

2. Under “Slide Show“, uncheck the option “show menu on right mouse click

Set Right Mouse Click to Go Back in PowerPoint 2003: Step 2

3. Click OK to save your changes


In PowerPoint 2007:

1. Click the round “Office button“, choose “PowerPoint Options

Set Right Mouse Click to Go Back in PowerPoint 2007: Step 1

2. Choose “Advanced” on the left column, details will show on the right

Set Right Mouse Click to Go Back in PowerPoint 2007: Step 2

3. Find “Slide Show“; uncheck the option “show menu on right mouse click

4. Click OK to save your changes


In PowerPoint 2010:

1. From the “File” menu, choose “Options” and Select “Advanced

Set Right Mouse Click to Go Back in PowerPoint 2010: Step 1

2. Find “Slide Show” on the right; uncheck the option “show menu on right mouse click

Set Right Mouse Click to Go Back in PowerPoint 2010: Step 2

3. Click OK to save your changes

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