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    PPS on the web (2000)

    OK - I'm running a PPS from a web page. My transitions and code work well until I hit the following:

    If Pword.Text = "TUSER1" Then 'OK, the user enters the text into a field which is tested. This works fine. If the text is correct...
    UNam.Text = "" 'No worries
    Pword = "" 'No worries
    SlideShowWindows(1).View.GotoSlide 3 'Aha! Here is the problem!
    Exit Sub
    etc etc
    end if

    The problem is when the code hits the line "SlideShowWindows(1).View.GotoSlide 3" because, I suspect, there is no Windows menu when the PPS is running from within the IE6 shell, or there *is* no number 1 option from the IE6 Windows menu.

    OK, all very interesting, but how do I get this to work? Basically all I want it to do is to go to the next slide. What code should I use at this point?

    Thanks for your help.

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    Re: PPS on the web (2000)

    Is there no alternative to the "SlideShowWindows(1).View.GotoSlide 3" code?

    Woe is me!

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    Re: PPS on the web (2000)

    Hi, Ted.
    I am so not a coder, so I don't know if this will help or not. But it might. http://officeone.mvps.org/ppttips/refer_to...esentation.html

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    Re: PPS on the web (2000)

    Thanks Echo,
    I can't quite get it to work yet, but it's definitely what I'm after.

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