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Kiosk Asstant options aren't showing up in PowerPoint 2007

Posted on 2010-08-31
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I recently installed Kiosk asstant for PP 2007, and I look under slide show and dont see the options for Kiosk Assistant.

Any ideas?
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by:JSRWilson
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You'll find it in the Add In tab if you installed correctly
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I must have done it wrong. It shows installed under addins but there is nothing under the physical tab.
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Should look like this upload
Kiosk.jpg
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by:Majo2469
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Ahhh. I dont have that. I even attempted to delte it and reinstall it. Stilll that option isnt there. Any idea?
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Found it!!!

Thanks for the help!!!
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