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Old 07-16-2017, 11:31 PM
pstein pstein is offline How to switch PP 2007 from full screen to window mode? Windows 7 64bit How to switch PP 2007 from full screen to window mode? Office 2007
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Assume I double click on a *.pps file (under 64bit Win 7)



The presentation opens in Full Screen mode with Powerpoint 2007.
No menues and title bars are visible.

How can I switch to windowed mode?

Context Menu shows no appropriate entries for that as well.

So it must be a hotkey.

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Old 07-17-2017, 02:54 AM
JohnWilson JohnWilson is offline How to switch PP 2007 from full screen to window mode? Windows 7 64bit How to switch PP 2007 from full screen to window mode? Office 2010 32bit
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pps files are meant to open in show mode when double clicked.

To open in edit mode either open PowerPoint and File > Open

OR

Right click > NEW
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