Step 5: You may want to add an object to an existing presentation step. For example, suppose you wanted to show a rectangle next to the text that appears as step 1. Draw a rectangle using the Rectangle Tool. Select it with the Selector Tool (the status line shows it's on the MouseOff layer). Right click on the object and you'll see a Presentation sub-menu in the context menu that appears. That sub-menu itself has a ‘Move to step’ sub-menu, that lists all the existing steps on this page. Just select Step 1 to make the rectangle part of step 1. There's also a ‘New step’ option in the menu, that does the same thing as the ‘Make new step’ button you used above. The status line now shows that the selected rectangle is part of presentation step 1.Preview your page again and you'll see that when you click the right arrow key, the text and rectangle fade in together. Step 6: If you don’t like this fade transition effect, you can change the effect used by each step easily. Select the rectangle you just added and then press the last button on the Presentation Toolbar titled ‘Step transition effect’. This brings up a dialog that allows you to select a different transition instead of the default fade transition. Choose Slide in from right. Preview your page again and this time when you press the right arrow key the text and rectangle slide in from the right.Step 7: If you decide that you want an object to be permanently visible, instead of part of a step, select it and choose the Move to background button. That puts the object back on the MouseOff layer. Try this on one of the objects you placed on a step.Step 8: A quick way to create a new step from an existing step is to use the ‘Duplicate step’ button. Select the rectangle you created earlier and press this button. The entire step is duplicated, including the text that you didn't select, but which was on step 1 along with the rectangle. Select the new text or rectangle and the status line shows you it's on a new presentation step. Step 9: Suppose you wanted step 3 in your presentation to become the first step instead. Select any object that's on step 3, then use the drop-down list on the Presentation Toolbar to choose Step 1. Now all the objects that were on step 3 are now on step 1, what was step 1 has become step 2, etc. So re-ordering your steps is easy.