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MS Powerpoint 2007 - Return to main page if no action taken

Posted on 2010-08-27
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This is something amazingly simple, and I am CLUELESS on how to make it happen. Here is my senario and what my desired result is:

I am setting up an interactive kiosk for users to retrieve and print information. However, when users leave the page sit too long without clicking on an option I want it to return to the main page. Can someone please tell me how to do this?

Thank you in advance experts!
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It should return automatically after 5 minutes if you've set it to run as a kiosk (Slide Show | Set up Show | Kiosk).

Check into Kiosk Assistant for much better control: http://officeone.mvps.org/kioskassist/kioskassist.html 
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It's Exactly what I was looking for. Outstanding answer! Thank you Echo!
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Outstanding answer, Just what I was looking for!!!
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Ah, good. Glad it helped.
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