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Can I make my Powerpoint slide be my background?

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  1. OM2

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    I want to create a Powerpoint slide and have this be my desktop background

    Is this possible?

    I just want to put reminder notes for myself!

    (Else, is there a 'sticky note' program somewhere?)

    Thanks


    OM
     
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    what windows version do you have ?
     
  3. OM2

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    sorry, i should have mentioned, i've got vista
    let me know
    thanks
     
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    hmmm... i never knew that was there!
    looks pretty good

    but i would really like a combination between powerpoint and one note + be able to create a desktop with it that i could update daily or more regularly

    let me know if u can think of anything else

    thanks
     
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    save as a jpg file type -that will save you presentation slide as an image - you can use that image as a background for the desktop
     
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    yes... i can do that :)
    i didn't want to go to the bother of having to do this on a daily basis!
    i suppose there is no solution?
     
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