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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by AbelM, Apr 24, 2002.
Where would power point be located on a computer, I can't seem to find it right now...
Huh? As far as I know, PowerPoint is a special software program. Unless it's pre-loaded (as part of MicroSoft Office), or you've loaded it yourself, you probably don't have it. If it is pre-loaded, you should have a desktop icon or an entry in your Start/Programs listing.
Powerpoint does not come with Windows, it is part of Microsoft Office usually. So if you have Office, you have Powerpoint.
And finding it is not too difficult.
If you do have it it is usually Crogram FilesMicrosoft OfficeOfficepowerpnt.exe
Powerpoint has the ability to save a file in such a way that it can be presented for playback on a computer that does not have PP installed, but you need to buy Powerpoint as its own entity, or bundled in a version of Office 97, 2000, XP or whatever if you wish to create your own presentation file.
if you just want to play a powerpoint presentation microsoft used to have powerpoint players on their web site.
You can download the viewer at this link.