You’ve invested hours making a top class PowerPoint slide indicate which will send to a few companions or partners or you might need to make the introduction accessible in an envelope on a common drive and you’re recently not exactly beyond any doubt who has and who hasn’t got PowerPoint introduced on their PC. Also, regardless of the possibility that you do know you may not know whether it’s PowerPoint 2003 or PowerPoint 2007.

One approach to be ABSOLUTELY SURE the PowerPoint introduction will keep running on any PC is to utilize the brilliant “Bundle for CD” highlight in PowerPoint 2003 and PowerPoint 2007. You could likewise utilize this office to make chronicle organizers of your PowerPoint introductions.

This component will enable you to make an organizer containing the significant documents which you would then be able to copy to a CD and after that send to your clients. The CD will then auto-run your introduction. On the other hand you can make the organizer itself accessible to your clients specifically. When you utilize “Bundle for CD” PowerPoint makes the typical PowerPoint slide indicate document alongside a PowerPoint watcher and fundamental supporting records.

In this article we’ll depict how to make the envelope and after that you can copy this to a CD yourself in the event that you have the vital CD copying programming. You could copy the envelope specifically to CD by utilizing “Copy to CD” alternative. Your clients would then be able to utilize the watcher to demonstrate the introduction independent of whether they have PowerPoint introduced or not.

To utilize this component we’ll right off the bat make our slide show and after that spare it with a suitable name. Assume you’ve called it Demo1 for instance. With the PowerPoint document still open, in PowerPoint 2003 pick File, Package for CD. In PowerPoint 2007 pick the Office Button, Publish, at that point select Package for CD.


In the Package for CD board make another organizer name to one side of “Name the CD, for example, Example1 and afterward click “Duplicate to Folder.” PowerPoint will make an envelope called Example1 to be spared at a predefined area.

In the “Duplicate to Folder” board the envelope name will default to the name you just entered, Example1. At that point click Browse and pick an envelope where to spare your work – note you have to choose an objective organizer to place Example1 into, as opposed to open the objective organizer. To complete snap OK. PowerPoint at that point makes all the required the documents in another organizer called Example1 inside the objective envelope you indicated.

The help documents, incidentally, distinguish any connections in the introduction and duplicate any expected records to the organizer naturally so you don’t need to indicate whatever other records to be incorporated. The connections in the made introduction are all pathless so everything works from the organizer.

To test the watcher, close PowerPoint, at that point explore to your new envelope called Example1. Open it and you’ll see an accumulation of documents including the PowerPoint record DEMO1 and the watcher PPTVIEW. Double tap the watcher, select Demo1 and snap Open to see. Then again to begin seeing you can painstakingly drag the PowerPoint record onto the watcher.

You can explore through the introduction as though utilizing PowerPoint, for instance by utilizing PgUp and PgDown keys or tap the mouse catches. Obviously your clients won’t have the capacity to alter the PowerPoint introduction, as PPTVIEW is just a watcher, yet an exceptionally helpful one.

Strangely on the off chance that you make the envelope utilizing PowerPoint2007, PowerPoint makes the visible record in PowerPoint2003 organization or you can see either 2003 or 2007 configuration documents with either arrange watcher.

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