How To Loop A Slide Show Presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint?

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In PowerPoint we can create a Slide Show that loops repeatedly, until we stop it. A Slide Show that loops, displays each Slide automatically for an amount of time that we have adjusted. Once that time has passed, it moves on automatically to the next Slide. Once the Slide Show Presentation has reached to the end, it will repeat itself from the beginning until we press the Esc button on our keyboard. To find out how it can be done just keep on reading the post below.

How To Loop A Slide Show Presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint

In the image below, I have already opened my PowerPoint Presentation and then selected the Slide Show tab.

How To Loop A Slide Show Presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint?

Once the Slide Show tab is selected we locate the Set Up area and the select the command Set Up Slide Show as shown below, where we can Set Up Advanced Options For The Slide Show, Such As Kiosk Mode.

How To Loop A Slide Show Presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint?

Once we select the Set Up Slide Show command, the Set Up Show dialog box appears as we can see in the image below. For this post, we locate the Show Options area of the Set Up Show dialog box and then we activate the check box at the left of the command Loop Continuously Until Esc. Once done, we press the Ok button at the bottom right corner of the Set Up Show dialog box, for the adjustment to take place.

How To Loop A Slide Show Presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint?

That is, it. Our Slide Show Presentation, will keep on playing and restarting (in other words Loop) until we press the Esc key on our keyboard.

How To Loop A Slide Show Presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint?

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