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How to use user defined keys for navigating in Slideshows?

Evaluate one line once inside the notebook (or creating a button) will do: ...
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Creating Picture-in-Picture functionality by Attaching a Notebook to a Notebook using AttachCell[]

Here is an approach, which doesn't use AttachCell: ...
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How to navigate slide shows using one-handed keystrokes?

Here is one programmatic way: the combinations will be Option (Alt) + up / down arrows. Here is the code: ...
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Changeable header and footer banners in Slide Show style

If you start with a simple CreateNotebook["SlideShow"], click Blank Slide from the ...
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Changeable header and footer banners in Slide Show style

You can create a footer using AttachCell (new in Mathematica 12.2): ...
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Export and manipulate 3D plots

Here is an answer to this question derived from its comments. Currently there is no way to preserve the interactive capabilities of a 3D plot when using Export. If ...
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Mathematica Presentation Cell Formatting

In Mathematica 10.3 we now have TextGrid: TextGrid[{{Import["ExampleData/ocelot.jpg"], "SideCaption How do I get this?"}}] ...
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Delete output cell content but not the space assigned

One possibility is to have a function create a toggler that resets to the invisible state when the notebook is closed. Here is a function that does this: ...
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hiding input cells in presentations

When I double click on an input cell bracket it will hide the output cell. Double-click the output cell bracket instead. I mean the one that is highlighted here in yellow, not the bracket for the In-...
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Creating Picture-in-Picture functionality by Attaching a Notebook to a Notebook using AttachCell[]

Here is an approach which employs InputField and AttachCell: ...
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Is it possible to view a notebook note in mind-map form?

Here is a start. Because in Wolfram Language "Everything Is an Expression" you can use built-in structures and parsers to view it as a tree. For example, this creates a notebook with some ...
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Text modification using RobotTools

One way that you can do this is simply sending the typed keyboard shortcut for italics (Command-I) ...
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How to add a Button on a slideshow that on click get me to the specific slides on the slideshow

Create the Button Button["Go there", NotebookLocate["section3"]] Define the target Right click the target cell and define a ...
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How to create a cell with graphics and text placeholder for Slideshow?

Just replace TextCell with Style and print the whole as a new TextCell with explicit ...
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How can I prevent SlideView from undoing column spacings?

For some reason (I suspect a bug), you must give the Spacings specification that is wrapped by SlideView in full form; i.e., a ...
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Default cell type in Slide Show

Quick fix is to use SetOptions[ EvaluationNotebook[], DefaultNewCellStyle -> "Input"] if you want to restrict changes only to ...
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How to create a cell with graphics and text placeholder for Slideshow?

Using TextGrid instead may work for you: ...
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Deleting An Unwanted, Unused Slide

While editing all slides are separated by a small gray "space-holder". Suppose you have 6 slides and you want to delete the 5th, which is your empty one. Within the "space-holder" between slide 4 ...
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Create SlideShow notebook with docked "header" cell with left-, center-, and right-justified portions

Basen on comments above the following gives the desired result: ...
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How to hide and show part of a notebook with a button?

One possible solution is to use the CellTag option to keep track of the cell you want to display. Here is the code: ...
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Convert a Classic Slideshow to an ordinary notebook

I think I might have the answer you are asking for. Choose Palettes in the toolbar Select the Classic Slide show. Under ...
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Slide show on secondary screen

On windows platform one can simply change the secondary screen and make it primary (right click on desktop->resolution->choose monitor->tick the icon make primray). That will throw all icons etc. on ...
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Legend when using plots containing text

Does this solve your problem? If not, you will have to clarify your question. ...
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Plotting objects on a lattice using Show

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How to add a "Running" indicator to title bar in Slideshow presentation mode?

So I have some more complex ideas in mind but this is quite nice and short: ...
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Sort slides for a presentation

Based on this response it seems the only way to do it is to copy and paste and then split into a new slide. https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/963668
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