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Cannot insert video from website in Powerpoint 2010

Posted on 2016-07-20
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Running Windows 10 Pro, 64bit with 32bit installation of MS Office.

When trying to insert video from a website into my slide, the option appears disabled (see attached.)

How to correct this please?  All posts I have seen regarding this are old...
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Is your copy completely updated? What is the version number?
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try to read this out and follow the instruction, see if you can sorted it out?

Solving the Missing ‘Video From Website’ Problem in PowerPoint
http://www.presentationxpert.com/solving-the-missing-video-from-website-issue-in-powerpoint
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