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Tue, Jan 31, 2006 9:16 pm

PowerPoint Animation Schemes Grayed Out

If you find that the entries under "Animation Schemes" in Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 are grayed out, you may need to change a PowerPoint option setting. For instance, if you click on "Slide Show" and select "Animation Schemes", but see that the Animation Schemes entries are unavailable, i.e. they are grayed out, then the "New animation effects" option may be set to "disabled". To re-enable the Animation Schemes effects, within PowerPoint, click on "Tools", then "Options" and then make sure that "New animation effects", under "Disable new features", is not checked.

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Thu, Dec 01, 2005 1:40 pm

Transferring a PowerPoint Presentation with Music to Another PC

Someone who created a PowerPoint presentation with photos and music for a Christmas party told me that the music wasn't playing when she put her presentation on a CD and then transferred the CD to a laptop. I discovered first that the music would need to be inserted as sound files rather than by using "Play audio CD track" when inserting the music into the PowerPoint Presentation. Once I found a Windows Media Player playlist on her system that pointed to the relevant music files in WMA format under her My Documents\My Music folder, I was able to reinsert the music as sound files and then use PowerPoint's "Package for CD" feature to put the presentation on a CD with the music included, which allowed the presentation to work as intended from the laptop.

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Mon, Jul 12, 2004 5:17 pm

PowerPoint Viewer

For those who may need to view or print a PowerPoint presentation, but don't need the capability to create or edit PowerPoint presentations, Microsoft offers a free PowerPoint viewer.

Links to download viewers for other Office applications can be found at Microsoft Office Converters and Viewers.

Viewer: PowerPointViewer 97
Download Size: 2789 KB
Date Published: 2/20/2004
Version: 2000

Comments: for users who don't have Microsoft PowerPoint®; it allows them to view PowerPoint 95, 97, 2000, and 2002 presentations. This PowerPoint viewer supports all PowerPoint 95 and PowerPoint 97 features, but the following PowerPoint 2000 and 2002 features are not supported:

Viewer: PowerPoint 2003 Viewer
Download Size: 1911 KB
Date Published: 9/15/2003
Version: 1
Requirements: Windows 2000 Service Pack 3, Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows ME, Windows Server 2003, or Windows XP
Comments: The Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003 Viewer lets you view full-featured presentations created in PowerPoint 97 and later versions. The PowerPoint 2003 Viewer also supports opening password-protected Microsoft PowerPoint presentations. This viewer doesn't suport the following features:

If you don't have Service Pack 3 or later on a Windows 2000 system, you should use the PowerPointViewer 97. You can check which service pack you have installed by clicking on Start, Run, and then typing Winmsd. The system summary will show you the OS Name and the Version. If you don't see Service Pack 3 or later listed next to the version for a Windows 2000 system, then use the earlier PowerPoint viewer.

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