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    Moritz
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    Stringing presentations

    In Ofc97 - How can a user string together slides from different presentations with out changing their Masters?

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    Re: Stringing presentations

    You can create hyperlinks to different presentations. Linked presentations are displayed using their own design template.
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    Moritz
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    Re: Stringing presentations

    That is what the User is currently using, and those presenting are having a hard time clicking on link.

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    Re: Stringing presentations

    How many different presentations are they trying to jump to? IF more than a few, they may be trying to do to much. IF just a few, I use a place on the master that will be on every slide; My logo, a certain element, etc. Then ON THE MASTER, create "Invisible" boxes OVER those elements that are slightly larger, it will eliminate having to be "perfectly pointed".

    When I do this I know that if I click on my logo I will go to a black slide or other known jump. Maybe the logo is 1" square, yet the box I put over it may be 1-1/2" square.

    Hope this helps

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    Moritz
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    Re: Stringing presentations

    <P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1>Edited by WebGenii on 29-May-01 15:55.</FONT></P>Thanks to both of you for your replies. I did find a Technet articles about invisible branching
    <A target="_blank" HREF=http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q189/9/62.ASP?LN=EN-CA&SD=gn&FR=0>(Simulating Use of More Than One Template in PowerPoint [Q189962]).</A>

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