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newbe help!!!!! open office power point to .EXE

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  1. tondowg

    tondowg Thread Starter

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    hi guys im new to the open office power point but i have made a few power point files and i have found the weay to make the power points into PDF files but i would like to know is there any programs that will convert them into .EXE files would like to send them to friends, co-workers, and family so any help with this would be great

    thanks tondowg
     
  2. Ziggy1

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    look on the file menu for "Pack and go" follow the steps and be sure to include the PowerPoint viewer.
     
  3. tondowg

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    ok there seems to be a problem with this, this is not ur normal power point this is the linux versheon of power point so in the file there is no place where it says pack and go, only export as PDF or export

    thanks dog
     
  4. Ziggy1

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    Sorry can't help with that, I have MS version. The only other thing I can think of is to save it as a webpage.
     
  5. MichaelWayne

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    I believe winzip can do this! You can make a .zip file into a .exe
     
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    Howdy. Seems to be a little confusion, but maybe just me. There is no "PowerPoint" for Linux. If you mean the presentation portion of Open Office (from OP), then you need at least an extra step to make the transition.
     
  8. Ziggy1

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    Wow I didn't even see the "OPEN" part in the subject line of this Post, I haven't really paid much attention to "Open Office" so it didn't click.
     
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