printing the power-point document.

printing the power-point document.

Post by Eitan » Thu, 26 Apr 2007 23:45:53


Hello,
I have some simple animation on my power-point document.
Because of the animation, some objects appear on each other.
(they take the same place on screen).
So I cannot print the document as is.

The best, is to print as the slides are shown (with the steps of the
animation. after each mouse-click).

How can I print my document ?

Thanks :)
 
 
 

printing the power-point document.

Post by Echo » Thu, 26 Apr 2007 23:49:16

You can use Capture Show, a free add-in from PPT MVP Shyam Pillai.

http://www.yqcomputer.com/

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printing the power-point document.

Post by Eitan » Fri, 27 Apr 2007 16:43:49

1. Thank you.
2. Too much pages are created.
2.1 I would like some smarter program,
that only when there is a new page, or some of the object are on each
other.
2.2 I want to print also some remarks, on each screenshoot
(such as text at bottom of the page - per screen shoot as slide are shown,
and not per the whole slide).

Thanks :)
 
 
 

printing the power-point document.

Post by Echo » Sat, 28 Apr 2007 00:12:27

I'm sorry, I don't think there is anything available to help you achieve
what you want. The only way I know to get this is to set up individual
slides manually to mimic the animations (and print Notes Pages so you get
the remarks).

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What's new in PPT 2007? http://www.yqcomputer.com/
Fixing PowerPoint Annoyances http://www.yqcomputer.com/
 
 
 

printing the power-point document.

Post by Kathy Jaco » Sat, 28 Apr 2007 02:04:07

If you have a good screen capture tool (like SnagIt from TechSmith), you can
set the tool up to take automatic, timed, repeated screen shots. You can
then use those screen shots to build your printout.

(For SnagIt, you set up the screen shots to be taken every x seconds,
automatically, and put in a file. You can even check a box to "Discard
duplicate shots". This way, you get exactly what you want.)

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