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Converting Powerpoint ppt file to EXE file

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Malau3302, Sep 20, 2004.

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  1. Malau3302

    Malau3302 Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    As I could not find any FAQ pertaining to this matter in this website, I hope someone is able to guide me on

    How can I convert my Powerpoint ppt files into Executable file so that it can runs by itself when double-click ?

    If I do not have any MS Office with me, I can still rely on pptviewer.exe right ?

    I still think the 1st Option is a better choice ! By the way, is my requirement similar to a pps file ? if yes, how can I convert my ppt file to pps form ?

    Thanks for your kind assistance

    William :)
     
  2. Rockn

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    No, you still need some sort of viewer to open the ppt file. Try setting it up on a CD with autorun and the viewer on the CD as well.
     
  3. Malau3302

    Malau3302 Thread Starter

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    Thank you for the advice. Cheers !
     
  4. ksuwyldkat

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    For the PowerPoint Show file (pps), this should be available in the drop down of the File Save As.
     
  5. slink9

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    Which version of PPT? I have written a SPECIALIST exam tutorial on PPT 2002 and it was quite easy to make a self-running slide show.
     
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