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Old 05-17-2011, 02:58 AM
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Default Help required with mobile powerpoint

Hi
I'am hoping one of you may help a powerpoint novice with a problem:

Basically im currently producing a point of sale display case to sell antique music boxes from - the original idea was to have an ipad fixed to the case which the customers can select one of the music boxes from the case and then see a video demonstration of the box, i had originally done all this in 'keynotes' but after transferring it to the ipad i realised that the hyperlinks dont work on the mobile version of 'keynotes'.

If i was to do the presentation in powerpoint and then use one of the new tablets from either samsung or blackberry etc would this work? or is there the same problems with hyperlinks too?

The other requirement is that the POS display can be locked so it stays just on the presentation untill a password is entered - keynotes did this perfectly - is it the same in powerpoint?




Hope i have made that clear enough.
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