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ppt presentations in email

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  1. mone

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    i want to know how to get my ppt attachment to start automatically when someone opens in his email. you know, like the wonderful ppts that go through email. i know how to do a presentation, but when i send it, it just takes me to the page that shows all of the slide in your presentation and you have to click on the 'projector icon' to start the presentation.
    i cannot figure this one out. i am using 2 different versions on 2 different machines.....97 and 2000
    thanks:confused:
     
  2. Anne Troy

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    No problem. Both versions will do this.

    Open the presentation in PowerPoint. Hit File-Save as and choose PowerPoint show and send THAT file (PPS).

    Now, this won't work for people who DON'T have Powerpoint. To send it to them, use the Pack and Go feature. Just look that up in the Help files.
     
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    thanks, i'll try. it seems so simple--but not obvious. i am a new member and like what i see in this forum.
     
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