Re: Powerpoint create multi new presenation
- From: "Steve Rindsberg" <abuse@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2007 17:12:01 -0400
On Thu, 25 Oct 2007 15:05:17 -0400, Chaida <Chaida@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Well I'm working on an addin for all the Office Product ( Word, Excel,
Powerpoint, Publisher ...)
I was expecting that powerpoint reacts like Word
They're different programs with often different behaviors. It's always safest not to assume they'll be the same. ;-)
If nothing else, the PPT users would complain if MS made it work like Word and the Word users would complain if they made Word work like PPT.
Ah, but wait. It gets better. Depending on your settings, when you close the last open document in PowerPoint 2007, the whole APPLICATION closes.
when it was time to
new document. As long that I don't close the application, it doesn't
dissapear if I create an other new presentation.
It will be nice that powerpoint has the same behavior as Word. It will be
more coherent between Office product.
"Steve Rindsberg" wrote:
In article <BF1FF49B-7B18-4893-90E9-0B6ECD8A8F3C@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Chaida wrote:
> I would like to know if it's normal when I create a new presentation, I have
> a document named presentation1 and I don't even modify it.
> When I create an other one with the new. I have a document named
> presentation2. I notice that I lost my presentation1. It seems to be
> replaced by presentation2.
> I don't modify my presentation2 and I create another new presentation
> (presentation3). This time my powerpoint have two presentations open(
> presentation2 and presentation3).
> When I do the same thing with Word, I have at the end three news document
> (document1, document2, document3).
> So I want to know is it normal for powerpoint to lost my first new
> presentation (that has no modification) when I created a new one?
Is it a problem for some reason or were you just curious? (Either way, it's a
Steve Rindsberg, PPT MVP
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