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Old 01-22-2011, 08:47 AM
Anders Anders is offline How to add a "note" which is "active" when doing a powerpoint show Windows Vista How to add a "note" which is "active" when doing a powerpoint show Office 2007
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Hello,



We are wondering if someone could be so kind and explain how to add a "note" which becomes "active" when pressing same during a powerpoint presentation.

As you can see in the attached picture, the first part is shown as "edit mode" and here the "note" is active/shown all the time.

In the next/below screenshot its the actual presentation where the "blue I button" is like a link of a webpage, and the "note" can be shown when pushing the "i" button. It only becomes active/shown when the "I" is pushed.

Hmm?

Brgds Anders
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