RE: Automatic closedown of PowerPoint show
- From: Didn''t work... <Didntwork@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2007 10:11:01 -0700
What we need is the automatic closedown of the Powerpoint SHOW (* And I'm not
screaming; just emphasizing! :o) *)
Let me explain: I open a presentation from a Delphi application and don't
want the last message, in the black background, to be shown. I know I have
the option of returning to the first slide in a loop till ESC is pressed, but
that is not what I need either...
Any idea of how I could make the presentation stop after the last slide
without showing that unpleasant message?
"David M. Marcovitz" escreveu:
When you saved it as a PPS, did you close it and open it again? When you.
double-click on a PPS file it opens in Show View and exits PowerPoint
entirely when the show is done. However, if you open a PPS from within
PowerPoint, it opens in Normal/Edit View and returns to Normal/Edit View
after running the show.
David M. Marcovitz
Microsoft PowerPoint MVP
Director of Graduate Programs in Educational Technology
Loyola College in Maryland
Author of _Powerful PowerPoint for Educators_
work...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
I have exactly the same problem and saving the file as a PPS didn't
work. Any other suggestions?
"John Wilson" escreveu:
If you save as a powerpoint show *.pps (*.ppsx in 2007) it will do
this if you strat by double clicking the icon. You will need to
scroll down in the 'save as type' box to find this option.
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email john AT technologytrish.co.uk
"Andrew McGurk" wrote:
Is there a setting that will allow me to run a show and
automatically close down PowerPoint when it finishes?
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