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SPLIT SCREEN POWERPOINT

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DO YOU HAVE OR ARE YOU WORKING ON A POWERPOINT PRODUCT

THAT WILL PROVIDE SPLIT SCREEN ABILITY TO SEE NEXT SLIDES

ON SCREEN WHILE SEEING CURRENT SCREEN . PRODUCTS OUT THERE

LIKE SUNDAY PLUS

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    • Pete,

      From the microsoft web page

      "A great feature for PowerPoint 2002 is the new Presenter View which you can

      find in the Set Up Show dialog box from the Slide Show menu. This feature

      allows you to see the next slide and your notes on your monitor, yet only

      the current slide is displayed on the big screen for the audience. Look up

      "dual view" in the PowerPoint help facility to see if you can use this "

      Cheers

      TAJ Simmons

      microsoft powerpoint mvp

      awesome - powerpoint backgrounds,

      free sample templates, tutorials, hints and tips etc

      http://www.powerpointbackgrounds.com

      "PETE VANDEWEGHE" <PASTOR7.powerpoint.questionfor.info.WANS.NET> wrote in message

      news:0e4001c38e7d$5bc96f90$a401280a.powerpoint.questionfor.info.phx.gbl...

      > DO YOU HAVE OR ARE YOU WORKING ON A POWERPOINT PRODUCT

      > THAT WILL PROVIDE SPLIT SCREEN ABILITY TO SEE NEXT SLIDES

      > ON SCREEN WHILE SEEING CURRENT SCREEN . PRODUCTS OUT THERE

      > LIKE SUNDAY PLUS

      #1; Tue, 27 May 2008 05:39:00 GMT
    • You might want to look at SundayStar add-in at

      http://officerone.tripod.com/sundaystar/sundaystar.html

      - Chirag

      PowerShow - View multiple shows simultaneously

      http://officerone.tripod.com/powershow/powershow.html

      "PETE VANDEWEGHE" <PASTOR7.powerpoint.questionfor.info.WANS.NET> wrote in message

      news:0e4001c38e7d$5bc96f90$a401280a.powerpoint.questionfor.info.phx.gbl...

      > DO YOU HAVE OR ARE YOU WORKING ON A POWERPOINT PRODUCT

      > THAT WILL PROVIDE SPLIT SCREEN ABILITY TO SEE NEXT SLIDES

      > ON SCREEN WHILE SEEING CURRENT SCREEN . PRODUCTS OUT THERE

      > LIKE SUNDAY PLUS

      #2; Tue, 27 May 2008 05:40:00 GMT
    • Chirag,

      I keep forgetting about this one

      TAJ

      #3; Tue, 27 May 2008 05:41:00 GMT
    • So Chirag ... when are you going to email me a brief description and a link

      so I can get it on the FAQ? Hmmmm' ;-)

      --

      Steve Rindsberg PPT MVP

      PPTLive ( http://www.pptlive.com ) Featured Speaker

      PPTools: http://www.pptools.com

      PPT FAQ: http://www.pptfaq.com

      "Chirag" <dalal.chirag.powerpoint.questionfor.info.iname.com> wrote in message

      news:uGr$4wojDHA.684.powerpoint.questionfor.info.TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl...

      > You might want to look at SundayStar add-in at

      > http://officerone.tripod.com/sundaystar/sundaystar.html

      > - Chirag

      > PowerShow - View multiple shows simultaneously

      > http://officerone.tripod.com/powershow/powershow.html

      > "PETE VANDEWEGHE" <PASTOR7.powerpoint.questionfor.info.WANS.NET> wrote in message

      > news:0e4001c38e7d$5bc96f90$a401280a.powerpoint.questionfor.info.phx.gbl...

      > > DO YOU HAVE OR ARE YOU WORKING ON A POWERPOINT PRODUCT

      > > THAT WILL PROVIDE SPLIT SCREEN ABILITY TO SEE NEXT SLIDES

      > > ON SCREEN WHILE SEEING CURRENT SCREEN . PRODUCTS OUT THERE

      > > LIKE SUNDAY PLUS

      >

      #4; Tue, 27 May 2008 05:42:00 GMT