PowerPoint 2003 Viewer for CD

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curious_Y

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Hello,

I used PowerPoint 2002 to create a slide show presentation. I am using an autorun program to create a CD of the PowerPoint slide show so that I can give it to others to use on their computers. I downloaded the PowerPoint 2003 viewer application, but when you install the program on your computer it is automatically installed on the start menu. The program is not located anywhere else on the computer. I need to be able to move the viewer around to different folders so that I can include it on the CD I'm burning. The only thing I can get it to do is create a shortcut to the folder I want to move the program to and that will not allow me to burn the viewer onto the CD using autorun. Any suggestions?

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When you use Pack and Go, you are offered whether to include the viewer. Do it that way.
 

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The CD I am making will be mailed to potential clients for them to view on their computer. Therefore, I need the program to open and run automatically. Using the autorun program will allow me to do this.

Thanks for the suggestion, but I really need to figure out how to relocate the PowerPoint viewer.

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Thanks for your help Dreamboat. I figured out how to make it work.

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