You will then see a dialog box titled "Button Appearance," shown below. This is where you can choose what your button will look like, it's name, or you can choose an icon instead.
Click on the name section of the card and type "Next Card." Next choose "Icons" where you decide which image you wish to use for your button. For our purposes choose the hand with the finger pointing to the right. Click "OK" and your screen should look like the one below.
Here you can also change the background and font color of your button. You can accomplish this by clicking on the color square that you like. After you are satisfied with the look of your button, click "OK." The familiar red-dashed line should be around your button. You can now either move the button to its desired location or continue with the button set up by clicking anywhere else on the card. Once you click off the button, you will see the "Action" menu come up on the screen, read it and proceed.
Under "Places to Go" choose "Next Card," and then choose fastest. Then you can click on "Done." Your button should now take you to the next card when you click on it.
On your title card you only need one button because you only have one direction to go - forward. All other cards should have a backwards and a forwards button. Your last card should have a button that takes you to the first card. You can make your buttons take you anywhere by clicking on various locations on the "Places to Go" section. For example, if you want to make you button go backwards choose previous card and if you want your button to take you to the first card choose "Home Stack." It's that easy.
Under "Things to Do:" you can make
the button initiate another type of action.
***You will need to choose "None of the above" under the "Places to Go" menu for these choices to be activated.***
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