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Printing slide annimations - PowerPoint 2010

Posted on 2012-04-11
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I have a user that needs to print out each animation in their slides as separate slides to capture all of the info presented when the show is running - so if there are 3 animations in a slide it shows in three slides in the printout.  Actually they are interactive buttons - each click is separate content.

In PowerPoint 2003 and earlier it was an option in the print dialog box, however I cannot find it in 2010 and there are no postings with definitive answers.  I'd prefer not to do screen shots of each section of the slides.


I'm looking for a rather quick turnaround as this is for an exec.

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David
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You cannot do this natively in PowerPoint 2007 or 2010. (Actually, we haven't been able to do this since PPT 2000. MSFT did away with the feature with PPT 2002.)

Shyam Pillai has a free add-in called Capture Show that will let you print animations. http://skp.mvps.org/cshow.htm
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