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    Looking for a way to disable ESC key while running (2000/2002/2003)

    I'm looking for a way to disable ESC key while running the presentation.

    The point is to exit presentation only by ALT+F4 or by reaching the end.

    There is no .OnKey method in VBA.PPoint, so I'm helpless. No other idea so far...

    Is there any solution to this?

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    Re: Looking for a way to disable ESC key while running (2000/2002/2003)

    Check Shyam Pillai's "no escape" addin. http://www.mvps.org/skp

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    Re: Looking for a way to disable ESC key while running (2000/2002/2003)

    <P ID="edit" class=small>(Edited by WebGenii on 02-Sep-03 12:25. to add hyperlink)</P>That's it! A fine piece of work, works exactly as I needed.

    Just to be precise in benefit of others: exact URL to the No Escape Add-In is

    http://www.mvps.org/skp/noesc.htm

    Seems that hyperlink in the extended page containing free add-in list points to autoevents.zip (also good add-in, but wrong link).

    Tnx a lot!

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    Re: Looking for a way to disable ESC key while running (2000/2002/2003)

    Thanks for the corrected link, Dragan. I just tried to get to "no escape" from Shyam's main page (which led to the list of free addins and from there to No Escape), and it seems to be working as expected now. Unless I didn't use the same links you did, which is entirely possible!

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