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Old 21st November, 2003, 06:17 PM
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Auto Start On Disk

I have built a Power Point presentation using 2002 Power Point. I want to be able to give the presentation to family and friends so that they can enjoy the presentation. I have used the feature called PACK N GO and have also downloaded Power Point Viewer 2003.

What I would like to do, make Power Point Viewer auto load or auto install followed by the presentation to auto load or auto install. Reason most of these people have no clue how to make folders, how to get to MY COMPUTER, etc…

The files name that I need to make auto load or install are PPVIEWER.EXE and PNGSETUP.EXE. I have no skills in programming. Can someone please help me? Thanks,
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