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Which versions of Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer does PowerViewer support?
PowerViewer is supported on the following versions:
PowerPoint Viewer 2010 is preferable as it supports PowerPoint 2007 formats (.pptx, .ppsx, .pptm, .ppsm, etc.) natively. It also supports the new features introduced by PowerPoint 2010.
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Which versions of Microsoft Windows does PowerViewer support?
PowerViewer is supported on the following versions:
  • Microsoft Windows 10
  • Microsoft Windows 8.1
  • Microsoft Windows 8
  • Microsoft Windows 7
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Which languages does PowerViewer support?
PowerViewer is available in the following languages: English, French, German, Dutch, Japanese. The translations from English are done with help from Google Translator and Microsoft Translator. Since these are machine translators, there could be some incorrect translations. Please email OfficeOne in case you find an incorrect translation or if you have a better translation.
Technical support for PowerViewer is available in English only.
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Can I store the selections that I have made in the PowerViewer for future use?
Yes. To save the selections, click the Save Settings... button after configuring various settings in PowerViewer. You will be prompted to provide the file name in which the settings will be saved. PowerViewer stores the settings in a file with the extension .pssv.
The stored settings include the full path to the selected presentations.
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How do I use the saved settings?
The saved settings can be recalled using Load Settings... button. You will be prompted with a dialog box to provide the file name that has the stored PowerViewer settings.
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I have more than one monitor connected to my machine. But PowerViewer reports only one monitor. What could be the problem?
Its actually Windows that it seeing only one monitor! There are a couple of possibilities that could be causing the problem.
Possibility 1:
Windows isn't configured to use the other monitor. This is the most commonly encountered problem. Follow these steps to configure Windows to use the other monitor:
  1. Go to Display Properties dialog box by selecting Start | Settings | Control Panel menu item and launching Display applet.
  2. Go to the Settings tab.
  3. Click on monitor 2 and check against the Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor check box as shown below. Display Properties
  4. Click OK.
Possibility 2:
The display isn't configured for true multi-monitor mode. Visit here to configure your machine for true multi-monitor mode. A detailed discussion on true multi-monitor mode is available here.
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What does it mean when you say the machine has multi-monitor support?
Click on the following links to know more about multi-monitor feature:
  1. Multi-monitor concepts: A brief tutorial that explains the concepts involved in multi-monitor feature.
  2. Multi-monitor website: A website dedicated to multiple monitors.
  3. A brief note on how to configure multi-monitor support in Windows XP at Microsoft website: Expand Your Workspace with Multiple Monitors and Dualview

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Who manufactures multi-monitor cards?
The following vendors manufacture multi-monitor cards:
  1. ATI: ATI manufactures true dual-head and quad-head cards - ATI FirePro 2450.
  2. Matrox: Matrox manufactures true dual-head cards - Millennium G450, Millennium G550, Matrox P650 and P750, Matrox Parhelia.
  3. NVidia: NVidia's MX and Go series of graphic cards have multi-monitor features. GeForce2 and GeForce4 both have MX and Go variants.
Click here to see a range of multi-monitor cards available through Amazon.
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My laptop doesn't seem to support multiple displays. Do I have any option other than changing the laptop?
Click here to know how to add more displays to your laptop.
Click here to know how to add more displays to your desktop.
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