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    Question power point active x buttons working only on presentation mode

    Hello All,

    Iam trying to have some buttons on PowerPoint slide. How can I make them work with out switching to presentation mode (f5). Appreciate your help..
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    Re: power point active x buttons working only on presentation mode

    any one???

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    Re: power point active x buttons working only on presentation mode

    You can't.
    If you want to have macros executed in design mode you need to add buttons to the commandbars (for 2003). If you have newer version then via the QAT or ribbon
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