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From Access 1013 Control - Open Power Point to Specified Slide

From Access 1013 Control - Open Power Point to Specified Slide

From Access 1013 Control - Open Power Point to Specified Slide

I have a Power Point file that shows the operation of various parts of a MS Access 2013 Data Base.

I would like to attaché code or a button hyperlink property that would open a specific Power point file to a specified slide. I will have several button controls to select several specific slides in the power point file.

Or, I could just have several power point files, one for each DB operation. This way I could use the hyperlink buttons to point to each file.

What do you think would be the best way to go. I really would like to be able to code a button even that opens a specific slide in One power point presentation. I think learning that method would help with other projects.



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