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Have VB script autorun a powerpoint file

Posted on 2007-11-27
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Autorun is switched off on the network and I want a powerpoint file to run automatically on inserting the CD into the drive.  I want to do this with a VB script - is this possible?
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if autorun is disabled, then it won't autorun the vbs file.
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