You should find that each slide has a Click Box object superimposed on it. Try editing the Click Box (double-click it) and there you should see an option to Set shortcut key. Click the Select Keys button.
Once you see the dialog, click the Attach a Shortcut check box, choose Enter and click OK.
Finally, you should see an Apply to all check box. Click that and choose to apply only the Changed properties. This should apply the Enter key as the shortcut to the rest of the Click Boxes.
Hope this helps you out... Rick
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Awesome outfit! I also dress up fully when I go to Ren Faires. A girl's gotta make an appearance!
My only question with your instructions, which are great, are how do I then have a way for users to go back? When I insert a Back button, and apply a shortcut key to it, I can then go back, but can no longer press Enter to advance. I tried inserting a Next button and attached Enter as a shortcut key to it, but it doesn't work. I have no idea why, and I'm starting to pull my hair out. The Back button works fine, though.