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SlideShowWindow Object

Office 2003
Application
SlideShowWindows
SlideShowWindow
Multiple objects

Represents a window in which a slide show runs.

Using the SlideShowWindow Object

Use SlideShowWindows(index), where index is the slide show window index number, to return a single SlideShowWindow object. The following example activates slide show window two.

SlideShowWindows(2).Activate
		

Use the Run method to create a new slide show window and return a reference to this slide show window. The following example runs a slide show of the active presentation and reduces the height of the slide show window just enough so that you can see the taskbar (for screens with a resolution of 800 by 600).

With ActivePresentation.SlideShowSettings
    .ShowType = ppShowTypeSpeaker
    With .Run
        .Height = 300
        .Width = 400
    End With
End With
		

Use the View property to return the view in the specified slide show window. The following example sets the view in slide show window one to display slide three in the presentation.

SlideShowWindows(1).View.GotoSlide 3
		

Use the Presentation property to return the presentation that's currently running in the specified slide show window. The following example displays the name of the presentation that's currently running in slide show window one.

MsgBox SlideShowWindows(1).Presentation.Name
		


Methods | Activate Method

Parent Objects | Application

Child Objects | Presentation | SlideShowView


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