Re: power point compatibility?
- From: Echo S <echos@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 24 Aug 2005 15:30:01 -0700
You're welcome, Ian. You can check the version of PPT by going to Help/About.
If it has SP1 installed, you'll see that listed at the end of the line
listing the version.
If you don't see SP1 there, go to Help/Check for Updates to install.
Echo [MS PPT MVP]
presenter, PPT Live '05
Sept 25-28, San Diego http://www.powerpointlive.com
"Ian Jackson" wrote:
> Cheers echo,
> Ill check on the service pack 1, and thank you for the advice on the memory
> "Echo S" wrote:
> > Make sure SP1 has been installed on Office 2003.
> > Also, don't save directly to your memory stick. Save to your harddrive and
> > copy to your memory stick. Working from and saving directly to removable
> > media is just asking for trouble.
> > --
> > Echo [MS PPT MVP]
> > http://www.echosvoice.com
> > "Ian Jackson" <robertstevens1969@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> > news:1415FD22-40C9-466C-8EC8-1FCD7902AAE3@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > > Hello,
> > > I was wondering why the power point presentation I have saved on to memory
> > > stick at home will not open up at school. The version of power point at
> > home
> > > is the 2000 version and the one at school is the 2003 version. Does
> > anyone
> > > have any ideas as to why? This would be much appreciated, thank you.
> > > --
> > > Ian
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