2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 16, 2008 6:35 AM by CatBandit

    how to add a mouse movement

    tydog96
      On a static slide, how do I add a moving mouse?
        • 1. Re: how to add a mouse movement
          Captiv8r Adobe Community Professional & MVP
          Welcome to our community, tydog96

          If you right-click the slide, you should see an option for Mouse. Choose that and choose "Show Mouse". You may also enable it by clicking the Slide menu, pointing at Mouse, and Show Mouse.

          Cheers... Rick
          • 2. Re: how to add a mouse movement
            CatBandit Level 3
            tydog96, the reference in your question to a "moving mouse" might require more explanation. The mouse will automatically "move" from the position it occupied on the previous slide, to the position it is shown in the current slide. Look for the blue-line on the slide to see the path the mouse will take between its' starting point and ending point.

            To add the mouse-pointer to a slide that doesn't already contain one, in addition to the suggestions by the community expert, above, if you are in EDIT view, look for the mouse icon on the Advanced Toolbar ... click that icon to open the mouse menu and select (place a check mark on) the "Show Mouse" menu option. If you are in STORYBOARD view, look at the left-side under the heading "Slide Tasks", and find the "Mouse" tasks; click the word "Mouse" to open a sub-menu, then select the "Show Mouse" item from that sub-menu.

            Glad to see you post to the User Community!!

            Larry