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Is there a way to convert a .PPSX (powerpoint-show) so you can view the presentation on a DVD player?
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by:andreibutu
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hello,
tell us the dvd model, `cause we want to know what kind of presentations it supports, if it supports...
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by:WellingtonIS
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Just a regular DVD player that would be hooked up to a TV.  I think it's AVI
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Thx I'll try this tonight.  Can't do it now.
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