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Software to burn Powerpoint to DVD

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by R.Fritz, Nov 1, 2006.

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  1. R.Fritz

    R.Fritz Thread Starter

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    I have created a Powerpoint presentation. I have been told by Dell that I need additional software in order to burn the file to a DVD using a writeable DVD burner. Can you guide me in what software I need. They suggested Pinnocole Digital Imaged Suite. Your help would be greatly appreciated. THX!!!!!
     
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    do you mean a standard .ppt file?
    I wouldn't think you would need anything 'fancy' to burn that to a disc.

    Are you doing anything special with that powerpoint? and have you tried it already?
     
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    Yes, I did try it as a .ppt file & it would not read it. The Dell person told me that I needed a special program to convert the powerpoit file to DVD format.
     
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    new one on me, sorry I can't help...
    Is the file too big for a normal cd?
     
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