microsoft Live Meeting 4.x Add-In for PowerPoint

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    Use Microsoft® Office Live Meeting Add-In with Microsoft PowerPoint.

    Quick Info

    File Name: setup.exe
    Download Size: 1139 KB
    Date Published: 9/3/2004
    Version: 1

    Overview
    You can use the Live Meeting Add-In for Microsoft PowerPoint® to perform the following:
    Add Live Meeting-specific properties to any PowerPoint 2003 slide, including the presenter name and notes. PowerPoint 2003 stores these properties as textual tags on the slide, a feature of the PowerPoint 2003 Visual Basic interface
    Create special slides for the Live Meeting Conference Center, including Polling slides, Web slides, Editable Text slides, and Sharing slides
    Export a presentation to the Live Meeting slide upload format. The Personal Web Page (PWP) file type is the Live Meeting slide upload format. You can upload a PWP file to a server that is running Live Meeting
    System Requirements

    Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000 Service Pack 4, Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows NT, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP Service Pack 1
    This download works with the following Office programs:

    Microsoft Live Meeting version 4.x and later
    Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003
    Microsoft PowerPoint 2002
    Microsoft PowerPoint 2000
    Microsoft PowerPoint 97

    Additional information about PowerPoint 2002:
    The add-in requires Visual Basic® for Applications (VBA).

    If you installed Microsoft Office XP or PowerPoint 2002 or later without VBA, you will need to install VBA to be able to use the add-in:

    To install Visual Basic for Applications into Office XP:
    Open the Control Panel and click Add/Remove Programs .
    Select Microsoft Office XP, and then click Change.
    Select Add or Remove Features.
    Click the + next to Office Shared Features.
    Set Visual Basic for Applications to Run from My Computer and then click Update.

    If your computer has a policy setting that disables VBA in Microsoft Office XP, you need to change the policy setting to use the add-in.

    To change the policy setting:
    Please see your system administrator.
    The relevant registry settings are in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE and HKEY_CURRENT_USER: SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Office\10.0\Common","VBAOFF"

    For both of these registry keys, the "VBAOFF" value must be absent or set to (DWORD) "0" to enable VBA in Office XP.

    Caution: Incorrectly editing the registry may severely damage your system. Before making changes to the registry you should back up any valued data on the computer.

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