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    Pack and Go (PowerPoint 2002)

    I'm sure there must be a simple answer to this question: When unpacking a presentation using Pack and Go, it has always been necessary to unpack it to a folder in the C drive. The folder had to have 8 or fewer characters. However, I have recently noticed that now one can unpack to any folder within the C drive. When did this change occur? Today, I did a test using PowerPoint 2000. It required me to create a folder of 8 or fewer characters. I did another test using PowerPoint 2002. A window entitled "Pack and Go Setup" came up enabling me to extract to any folder within the C drive. Does anyone know the answer to this? Thank you very much.
    Alan Silberlight

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    Re: Pack and Go (PowerPoint 2002)

    AlanChris.

    I believe this change came about when powerpoint 2002 (aka XP) was released.

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    TAJ Simmons
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    TAJ Simmons
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