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    Does anybody know how to make a link from one ppt to another so that it automatically runs without the need to run a mouse over or click the hyperlink please?

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    See TAJ's tutorial

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    Alan, I can get you this far:

    - Run a secondary presentation when you advance once with your wireless remote.


    Is that good enough? If so, this involves your inserting the secondary presentation as an OLE object (Insert | Object). Find it on your hard drive, click Link or not (depending upon your preference) and choose to show a thumbnail or not (ditto). With the object selected, you will notice a fifth choice when you ask for an animation to be applied: Object Actions. Choose Show.

    You have essentially placed the showing of the secondary presentation into the animation sequence of that slide. When it is done, or when you press Esc to end it, you will return to the primary slide deck, ready to do whatever comes next.



    Rick Altman
    Author, Why Most PowerPoint Presentations Suck
    http://www.BetterPresenting.com
    Rick Altman
    Author, "Why Most PowerPoint Presentations Suck...and how you can make them better"
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    Many thanks for the replies - now I see the method it's kind of obvious. Once again thanks for the answers given. They work a treat.

    /Alan

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