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Using PowerPoint within my application

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Using PowerPoint within my application

I am developing an application that needs some functionality of displaying
some text and graphic in full screen modus, as when you run a PowerPoint
show. Is there a way that I can use the functionality of PowerPoint within
my application, an ActiveX for instance? What I want is to dynamically
create the number of slides I need, add textboxes to the slides and run the
show. I need for an object that can be deployed with my application for
users that doesn't have PowerPoint on their PC.

TIRislaa
Nov 21 '05 #1
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look at the microsoft.public.dotnet.powerpoint
or
microsfot.public.dotnet.office

i think that is the news group

and yes it is possible to do that but i belive that the client must have
power point installed

"Tor Inge Rislaa" <no*************@rislaa.no> wrote in message
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Using PowerPoint within my application

I am developing an application that needs some functionality of displaying
some text and graphic in full screen modus, as when you run a PowerPoint
show. Is there a way that I can use the functionality of PowerPoint within
my application, an ActiveX for instance? What I want is to dynamically
create the number of slides I need, add textboxes to the slides and run
the
show. I need for an object that can be deployed with my application for
users that doesn't have PowerPoint on their PC.

TIRislaa

Nov 21 '05 #2

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