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01-May-2003 3,912 K Win 95/98/2000/NT/ME/XP Shareware
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Create an autorun CD of your PowerPoint presentations, or any other file type.
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The new Pro version of the Autorun CD Project Creator™ now allows you to create more then just an autorun CD of your PowerPoint® presentation. The Pro version allows you to create an autorun CD project of a document file or other file types such as a movie file, audio file, image file, executable file or most any type file you choose. You can also create an autorun CD project of a PowerPoint® presentation that was saved as a web page or a normal PowerPoint® presentation (.ppt or .pps).

Project Types

PowerPoint® Presentation (Normal) - This project type uses the same method as the original (Standard Version) of the Autorun CD Project Creator™ to create an autorun CD project of a PowerPoint® presentation. The presentation file types supported are .ppt and .pps. This project type uses the Microsoft® PowerPoint® viewer from the CD to run / view the presentation. This allows your end user to view your presentation from a CD without having to have PowerPoint® or the PowerPoint® Viewer installed on the end users system. PowerPoint® Presentation (Web Style) - This project type allows you to create an autorun CD project of a PowerPoint® presentation that was saved as a web page. The presentation file types supported are .htm, .html. This project type uses the default web browser such as Microsoft® Internet Explorer® on a computer system to run / view the presentation. This allows your end user to view your presentation without having to install anything on the end users system. Document / Other - This project type allows you to create an autorun CD project of a document file or most any other type file you want to autorun from a CD. For example, movie files, audio files, flash files, executable files, etc... It will depend on the type file used in your project and the end users systems will determine how the file is opened / displayed.

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