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Clicking the tiny little buttons is difficult for the clumsy, it would be more reasonable to use arrows keys by default. Any idea how to do this?

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In the slideshow environment, in OS X at least, you can move back and forth between slides by pressing [page down] and [page up], respectively. By assigning [page down] and [page up] for this purpose, Wolfram Research made a better choice than arrow keys, which are better reserved for moving the insertion point.

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