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Powerpoint - End of Show slide

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by rmosher315, Jul 29, 2004.

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  1. rmosher315

    rmosher315 Thread Starter

    Jul 29, 2004
    In Powerpoint 2003 you can choose to not have the really lame black slide at the end of your show that says "End of Show, click to Exit".

    However, when you play your show using the Powerpoint Viewer 2003 the "End of Show" slide still pops up. :mad:

    Anyone know how to get rid of it, or write a macro that auto ends the show before the slide has a chance to play? :confused:
  2. neosage


    Jun 14, 2004
    why don't you just include your own slide at the end of the show, either blank, or with a picture on it, that serves as a reminder to the speaker that it's the end of that presentation. As long as there's no timed transition on that slide it will just sit there indefinitely. I run enormous slide shows for international conferences and I just insert what we call a 'holding slide' at the very front, inbetween individual presentations, and at the end. It's usually a logo of the product/project of the meeting, photoshop'd on a nice textured background.
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