Unlike the Windows versions of PowerPoint where you can quickly press the Alt key to access the menu or even the Ribbon tabs, the Mac versions of PowerPoint provide no equivalent feature. However there is an alternative – you can learn how to invoke keyboard sequences by accessing your menu bar in PowerPoint 2011 for Mac.
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When you are working with PowerPoint on Windows, you will be able to use a number of keyboard sequences which help you access various menu commands. These keyboard sequences are combinations that start with pressing the Alt key followed by a few more characters in succession. But with the Mac, this approach does not work -- in fact you can do something similar but even then, the process and the results are both a little different. Let's learn more in this tutorial:
So, the keyboard sequence we used to access the Notes Master view is:
These keyboard sequences may at first appear long and convoluted, but once you get used to them, they can be very useful and quick when you want to access these options without a mouse.
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