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DELL D620 and Powerpoint

Posted on 2011-09-19
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have a user that showed me that if he is in powerpoint and makes a change it will undo that change when switching on or off the wifi slider.
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Hi, is the powerpoint file maybe on a network drive? Only way this is happening is if the document would be made available offline and wifi on/off would trigger syncronization of that file.
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I think i narrowed it down to a bad office install, or powerpoint install. I am planning on reinstalling this week.
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No problem, please let us know if you fixed it. Thanks.
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thx
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