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disabling the Esc key in PowerPoint 2003

Posted on 2008-10-16
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How might one do this? I understand that some presentations can be set to run in an infinite loop until pressing Esc, but I was asked to see if I can do this.
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That worked with a little coaxing.
Thanks!!
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