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September 23, 2010

MS PowerPoint 2010 support in Adobe Presenter

The Adobe Presenter installer needs a compatible version of MS PowerPoint for installation, and previously this prevented Presenter installation on machines with MS Office 2010. The Adobe Presenter installer has now been updated to enable installation on a computer having MS PowerPoint 2010. This compatibility is limited to the installation of English, French, German and Japanese versions of Adobe Presenter only. You can download this Presenter version from the Adobe Presenter homepage (click on the download link)

For using Adobe Presenter with PowerPoint 2010, after installing Presenter, please apply all the updates till Adobe Presenter 7.0.6. Adobe Presenter updates are sequential and must be applied one after the other. The updates can either be applied by using updates interface available in the help menu or by downloading them from Adobe Presenter support website

Please note that customers who have an existing Presenter installation can install the Presenter 7.0.6 patch directly via Adobe Update Manager (Presenter> Help), or by downloading it from Adobe Presenter support website.

With this patch we’ve also addressed some key PPTX compatibility bugs, like the text overflow.

Posted by Shameer Ayyappan6:00 PM Permalink
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