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I have a Power Point presentation as an embedded object, is there any way I can have my users print the slides from netscape?
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by:vanbasco
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Maybe you tell me the URL so I can check.
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CyberGuy earned 50 total points
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You should just be able to click print.  Another option is to make the slides downloadible and print them out with a graphics program.  Good Luck!
-Dev
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by:hwahid
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I have already tried to print from netscape and it only prints the first slide, any other suggestion without going through a graphics application?
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by:hwahid
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The URL if you want to try is HTTP://www.umassd.edu/public/people/fkarakaya/gba656.htm#lecture
choose any chapter from here
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