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How can I disable or hide the splash screen of  a virtualized version of MS PowerPoint 2010 Home and Student (Click-to-Run) using C# windows application

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Hi,

I'm using System.Diagnotics.Process to run the virtualized version of MS PowerPoint 2010 Home and Student (Click-to-Run).
eg: System.Diagnotics.Process.Start("C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\microsoft shared\Virtualization Handler\CVH.EXE","\"Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 9014006104090000\"" + "/s " + "C:\PPT1.ppt");

When I run the code above, a presentation slide will show on the secondary monitor but the MS PowerPoint 2010 splash screen appeared. Is there a way to disable or hide this splash screen?

Thanks in advance!
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exclude the "/s" in the command line
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But I need to show the slide automatically on the secondary screen.

Any ideas?
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UsamaFoad earned 500 total points
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Try replacing "/s" with "/splash"
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Thanks UsamaFoad! I will try it.
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