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    Powerpoint Multiple

    We have a PC running a power point is kiosk mode, this works fine.

    I did hear that there was a way to automate running several power points (not just one after the other) in such a way that you could specify which ones ran at what time.

    So that I could have one running during break, another during the beginning on school and the end of school.

    Is this something anyone has, or knows about.

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    By default PowerPoint cannot do this, but I guess you'd be looking at some custom script. You could schedule this to run using Scheduled Tasks, to kill/end one presentation and start another.

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    With task scheduler?

    Auto Schedule

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    Nice find SYNACK, looks like that'll do the job perfectly.

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    Attacking it from a different angle, but I cant see a problem with that.

    I shall let you know if it works.

    Thanks.

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