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Chet Davis

Thanks Helena - will try that out. A colleague today also suggested I check out the IMToo Convert PowerPoint to Video application. Will check out that option as well.


I don't if you have already tried Smart PPT Converter, but that software lets you actually convert PowerPoint presentations into video files. I've used it many times. The good thing about all this is that you can then play the presentation on any video player. http://www.ppt-to-video-converter.com

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