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    Hi. (PowerPoint 2003)

    When running a show is it possible to persuade a hyperlink, for a file or web page, to display its content directly within the slide?
    By file I mean an Excel or Word document.
    Thanks, Andy.

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    No, a hyperlink will always open its own application.
    However, Excel has the camera tool.
    Are you teaching/talking about the various applications?

    If so, I have to recommend a tool called Marconnit.
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    Hello again.

    Someone asked for this during a course. A Flash file can run in it's own space on a slide so I thought it might be possible to do
    a similar thing with a hyperlink to a web page. Is it possible to modify the hyperlink and persuade it to open the page in a full screen view?
    I think the main intent is to hide screen clutter during the presentation.

    Andy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewgibsonsw View Post
    Hello again.

    Someone asked for this during a course. A Flash file can run in it's own space on a slide so I thought it might be possible to do
    a similar thing with a hyperlink to a web page. Is it possible to modify the hyperlink and persuade it to open the page in a full screen view?
    I think the main intent is to hide screen clutter during the presentation.

    Andy.
    Hi Andy

    I use this Live Web and find it works great
    Cheers

    Steve

    Asking the questions everbody wants the answers too but feels too stupid to ask themselves :-)

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