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Show Presenter View registry settings

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What is registry setting for "Show Presenter View" option of PowerPoint 2010.

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by:graye
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I don't think that's the kind of thing that's in the registry... instead I'd think that each PPTX file would have their own settings embedded in them.  For example, I often get a slide deck that first starts up in the slide sorter view... or in the designer view.  So, that means that the "view state" is a property of the file.... and not stored in the registry at all.
... unless I complete misunderstood your question
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I think I was able to find it , it is "UseMonMgr" in Options key of PowerPoint.

We can set this to off presenter view in office 2010.


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