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embed powerpoint into vb 2008 application

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I am an absolute beginner with Visual Basic....I can only do basic things with it.

I would like to know how if it is possible to embed a Powerpoint slideshow into a VB 2008 application?

If so, how?

Thanks in advance for your replies!
-Jon
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I am using Flash on a webpage now instead.  Thanks for your reply.
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I am using Flash on a webpage now instead.  Thanks for your reply.
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