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One Remote Clicker to Manage Multiple Presentations Simultaneously

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I am trying to find a solution where I can use one remote clicker to advance multiple PowerPoint presentations. We present in English, Spanish and Korean versions of a PowerPoint. Each presentation is setup on its own computer / projector setup.

I have been trying to find a remote clicker with multiple dongles to advance the three separate presentations simultaneously.

Any help would be appreciated.
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TrippLite make remotes that are supposed to do this.
Disclaimer I have never tried one!

http://www.tripplite.com/en/products/model.cfm?txtSeriesID=847&txtModelID=3902

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You can control multiple computers simultaneously using one Easy Presenter Remote 'remote control' AND multiple Easy Presenter 'receivers' (note, this requires that you purchase multiple Easy Presenter packages - each Easy Presenter include one remote control and one USB receiver). First, make sure that your remote control can control receivers. Using one computer, connect one receiver and try to control it with your remote. Next, disconnect the first receiver and connect the second receiver. If you can control both receivers with one remote, just connect the second receiver to the second computer. Repeat the first step for all your Easy Presenter receiver. If you can't control the Easy Presenter receiver, 'pair' the Easy Presenter receiver with your remote. To do this, connect this receiver to a computer. Next, press the receiver's Sync Remote Button on the RF receiver (the button that doesn’t have a light). This will cause the red light on the RE receiver to blink. Next, press any button on the remote. This will Sync/pair the remote and the receiver together. You will now be able control this computer (and, by default, the previous computers too). If you need additional help with setting up one remote to control multiple computers, contact Keyspan for further help.
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Thank you, we will contact Tripp-Lite
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