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jarred89
Hello,

I am making a powerpoint presentation for my portfolio but when its in full screen these things get in the way (below) is there away i can get rid of them coming up when it in full screen?



Thanks
Jarred
dray101
If your not using the arrow you could hide it Rolling Eyes

Just right click (once you've started the slide-show) and go 'Pointer Options' -> 'Arrow Options' then select 'Hidden'

Hope this helps Wink
dray101
Wait, wait... I found the solution! Razz

Are you using PowerPoint 2003 cause if you are then all you have to do is...

Go 'Tools', 'Options', go to the view tab, then deselect 'Show popup toolbar' under the - Slide show - heading.

Hope it helps Laughing Very Happy
jarred89
will it do that on everyone elses computer as well?? its for the teacher
sush
No, it won't do the job for every computer on earth.

The hindrance that you're facing is actually a toolbar meant to facilitate navigation across slides (I didn't see the screenshot, just guessing). You can turn it off via the options but you'll have to do it individually on each computer because the option is probably not saved in the presentation (or is it?)
dray101
jarred89 wrote:
will it do that on everyone elses computer as well?? its for the teacher

No, but presuming your teacher is running Office 2003 then all you have to do is change that one option (that I told you)
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