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Old 08-30-2011, 08:33 AM
davidt76 davidt76 is offline Presenter view question Windows 7 64bit Presenter view question Office 2007
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Hi. New user of '07 Powerpoint here and have a question on presenter view.



We are running powerpoint in a resized window (less than full screen) so that we can also run a visible instance of Media Player next to it. When clicking on 'presenter view' it opens the view window over the entire desktop, where we have to minimize it to see the Media Player window. Not a big deal, but we switch between two PPT presentations during a show and it is an inconvenience to resize the presenter view in medias res.

Can the presenter view window be told to open minimized at the 'last setting used 'upon opening?
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Old 09-18-2011, 09:15 AM
RobertTheRobot1 RobertTheRobot1 is offline Presenter view question Windows 7 64bit Presenter view question Office 2010 64bit
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You can embed the video into the powerpoint if that helps?
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