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POWERPOINT 2007/2010

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how do you setup powerpoint to show 2 slide shows independently. you know, like to compare 2 different slide shows at the same time to compare. on one computer.
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You need to click Arrange All. Where that is depends on which version of PPT, but it's generally on the View tab (PPT 2007 and 2010) or on the Window menu (PPT 2003 and prior).
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just to make sure were on the same page. I need to start 2 instances of Powerpoint.
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Only PPT 2010 is SDI and will let you have two instances, each with their own ribbons and QAT. All others are MDI -- which means you'll get one interface but multiple presentation windows open within that interface.
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By the way, if you have two PPT files open, hitting Arrange All still arranges the two files side by side so you can compare them.
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thx
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