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i want to load powerpoint within my application, is ther a way to do it???

i have done it with ole, but that will just load a powerpoint file, not the app, and i can't click though the slides just open up the file in powerpoint, plus when i resize my app the ole window (slide within it) doesn't resize properly.

can i but it in a picturebox somehow? or is there a different better way to do this with ole??

any help would be great, thanks
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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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is there a way to get the application in there with that code, not in slide show mode??

and does the form's scale mode have to be set to Point??
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