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PowerPoint Slide Show

 ğIs it possible to create an e-book slide show?
 
ZXY I have seen e-books on CDs which were slide shows.  You put in the CD and it automatically starts as a slide show.  How can one do this in Ebook Compiler?  I have the unregistered version at the moment.  I clicked on Slide Show and I got a "Page Unavailable" page.  I would like to be able to run the slide show from a website.  

Posted on: 3:50 pm on July 2, 2005
Storyman Are the slide shows in Power Point? That might present a problem if they are.

Specifically, why do you want to run the slide show from a website. If prevention from copying them is an issue you'll probably have better luck keeping them within Activ.

When you built your ebook did you make sure that all of the files are in the same directory? That if you changed any of the directories for any of the files that you updated the links?

For multimedia presentations you might be interested in this site:
http://www.ebookpower.com/


Posted on: 7:24 pm on July 2, 2005
ZXY Thanks for your post.  

I want to use a PowerPoint slide show because I liket the way it looks.  What I want is a slide show within Activ.  

I have not changed anything in the document.  Do you know how this is done?  Thanks.  


Posted on: 10:33 am on July 6, 2005
Storyman Doesn't a person need to have PowerPoint installed on their system in order to view a PP file? Maybe PP files are executable in that PowerPoint is not needed. You might want to double check this.

Posted on: 4:41 pm on July 6, 2005

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