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Powerpoint '97 and invisible drawing

Powerpoint '97 and invisible drawing

Powerpoint '97 and invisible drawing

(OP)
On a Powerpoint presentation slide that has a bar chart and drawing shapes such as circles with text.  The chart,circle and text show up in in slide view but the circle with text is not visible in On-screen show mode. Any ideas what the problem may be.  Thanks.  

RE: Powerpoint '97 and invisible drawing

is the ojbect sent to the back?

RE: Powerpoint '97 and invisible drawing

(OP)
Thanks-- no, the object was not sent to the back.  Someone suggested that the video drivers for the computer may need updating.

RE: Powerpoint '97 and invisible drawing

You might try it on different computers to see if it does the same thing.  That should help narrow the problem down.

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