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Old 01-30-2014, 03:39 AM
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Hope someone might be able to help a long in the tooth type like me who's not used Powerpoint in a while.



Setting up a page for final use on a TV screen in our factory. I want a banner with text moving along the bottom from right to left. Know how to do that, but what I want to eliminate a lag before it scrolls round again.

I though initially, if I repeat the sentence, but of course if you do that say three times, there is still a lag when the third one has passed by.

Wonder if any ideas on tweaks in the settings to have text scroll smoothly by without the long pause....

Thanks in anticipation

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Old 01-30-2014, 06:58 PM
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There is always the long text string technique. For example if you wanted something to read "Nice Job!" and repeat 3 times you could put in the string "Nice Job! Nice Job! Nice Job!" There wouldn't be any lag if you did it this way.
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