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Thread: Powerpoint 2000 customising
2001-04-18, 12:08 #1mat_tobGuest
Powerpoint 2000 customising
Is there anyway to disable shortcut keys in Powerpoint 2000 and then assign them to another command. For instance we need to stop Ctrl-S from saving the document, and be replaced with our own save dialog. Word 2000 makes this easy, Excel allows it but I cannot find anything in PP2000 that does it.
2001-04-18, 16:04 #2
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Re: Powerpoint 2000 customising
Powerpoint is a little more difficult to work with Event handlers than Word or Excel. This Knowledge Base Article (<A target="_blank" HREF=http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q234/1/84.ASP>Q234184</A>) talks about handling Application level events. I can't remember if it accepts KeyPress or KeyDown events...
I recently built a VBA Application in Powerpoint and found that it's quite a bit more awkward to program than Word, Excel, or (of course) Access.
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