I have created some slides in powerpoint and save it as html pages. There are some animations in the powerpoint slides. When the powerpoint created the html file, one file called scripts.js was created. I make use of the documentOnClick function in the scripts.js file to insert a function where, when a user click on the html page, the function will create a file using activexobject("scripting.filesystemobject") to record the time of the mouseclick. The problem is, when creating the activeXobject, internet explorer always show a warning message on ActiveXControls warning.
How can I "DISABLE THE WARNING". If I can't can anyone suggest a better solution for me to track the time when there is a mouse click? The script must reside in the scripts.js file as i will only write the time to the file if there is an animation from the powerpoint.