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Damian McDonald12-Sep-09 14:17
Damian McDonald12-Sep-09 14:17 
Hi Thanks for the reply. Smile | :)

I am are targeting both Office 2003 and Office 2007.
I have managed a bit of a workaround.
We are giving the user the option to save changes by default of not.

If Save Changes is set we add the following to the SlideShowEnd Event.

CurrentPresentation.Save();

If not we use
CurrentPresentation.Close();
Application.Quit();

This seems to work well although when PowerPoint closes and the changes have not been saved and the show is being run from an open application as opposed to being run from a folder with (Right Click Show) the Save Changes dialog appears. We have managed to get a handle to this Dialog and pass it a "No" key press. The problem is that the dialog still appears for a second with a system beep. Would be nice to handle this more effectively. i.e trap it and action it to stop it appearing.
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