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I'm trying to print a PowerPoint slide that has custom animation, but would like to print each phase of the animation, after each enter behavior.  Is there any way to accomplish this?

If it can be done as a presentation, (1 slide per page), can it also be done as a handout (multiple slides per page)?
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Question by:Dale Fye
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You have to use an addin such as Custom Show for this. http://skp.mvps.org/customprn.htm 
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