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Old 04-22-2009, 07:20 PM
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How to open ppt file directly with slide show when clicked on file.
 
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Default How to open ppt file directly with slide show when clicked on file.

I have one ppt file,what i need to do is open the ppt file without opening the MS powerpoint,I should get it directly by double clicking.what should i do?

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