Controlling PowerPoint From Within Runtime Revolution
Thomas McGrath III
mcgrath3 at mac.com
Thu Apr 16 16:58:05 EDT 2009
John, You can launch Powerpoint with a Sample presentation that has
just one slide (maybe with the Church's Picture or other) then on that
slide put a hyperlink that Says "End" (or some such) that will take
them back to Revolution from within Powerpoint. It's not perfect but
at least they won't have to do more than just click on the link.
Tom MycGrath III
Lazy River Software
3mcgrath at comcast.net
iTunes Library Suite - libITS
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On Apr 16, 2009, at 3:46 PM, John Miller wrote:
> Hey Guys,
> I've enjoyed reading all your comments about Open Office, Neo
> Office, and Google Docs. It may be that I can use this info later.
> However, for the moment, I wonder if I can rein this discussion in
> and focus on the problem at hand.
> My software is a church projection software package that handles
> many different kinds of media. My end users are happy with
> PowerPoint and want to use what they have created inside my
> application (transitions and all).
> My question is this - Does anyone know how to hand control back to
> RR after the PowerPoint presentation is over. I want this to be as
> seamless as possible so my users don't have to jostle back and forth
> between two programs.
> Thanks for your help. You're all great!!
> John Miller
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