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Powerpoint presentations in Visual Basic

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Hi,

Does anyone know of an ActiveX control for displaying and controlling a powerpoint presentation in Visual Basic. I don't simply want to launch the powerpoint viewer or program, I want to be able to display the PPT on a form. I will also need to be able to read off various details about the PPT such as number of slides.

Thanks in advance for any help
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--> Display PowerPoint slide show within a VB form or control window

http://www.mvps.org/skp/vb/pptvbwnd.htm

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