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    ActiveX / Control for Power Point Presentation

    Is it possible to make an ActiveX or Control(.DLL) that can handle Power Point Presentation events? Using VB.Net or if not, any programming language to make that then embed to VB.Net? I am planning to run a Power Point Presentation inside a Form. I found an ActiveX for PPT but it is paid.

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    Re: ActiveX / Control for Power Point Presentation

    There is a Power Point Viewer, but, I don't think you are allowed to distribute it. Clients can install, and run PP though
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    Re: ActiveX / Control for Power Point Presentation

    Well I am planning to make my own so that I don't have to pay. .

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    Re: ActiveX / Control for Power Point Presentation

    Here's one way using the PPT object
    http://www.dotnetspider.com/resource...on-VB-net.aspx
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    Re: ActiveX / Control for Power Point Presentation

    @jggtz, I have tried that already. It just open the PPT Application in separate window. I want it inside my form.

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