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PPT 2003 - possibility to create a popup when cursor moves across the label

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Hello,
I am trying to embed in a presentation a pop up on a label/item  that brings up a message when the cursor moves on the label/item.
Is this possible with MS PPT 2003?

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With VBA code:

http://pptfaq.com/FAQ00662.htm

You could use Action Settings > Mouseover > Hyperlink to, & linking to an almost identical slide but including a "text balloon"...

Here is another article that you can read:

http://www.technologytrish.co.uk/ppttipshyperlinknowhere.html

jppinto


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