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Run different slide shows on different monitors using PowerViewer
OfficeOne PowerViewer brings multiple monitor capabilities to the free Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer.
The tutorial page explains you how to setup PowerViewer. After setting up PowerViewer, the following steps explain how to configure it to run different slide shows on different monitors:
Step 1
OfficeOne PowerViewer supports running slide shows from command-line. The command-line options are explained here. We will make use of those options to run different slide shows on different monitors.
Step 2
Assume that we want to run P1.ppt on monitor 1, P2.ppt on monitor 2 and P3.ppt on monitor 3. The command-line parameters would look like:
	PowerViewer "C:\My Presentations\P1.ppt" 1
	PowerViewer "C:\My Presentations\P2.ppt" 2
	PowerViewer "C:\My Presentations\P3.ppt" 3
Step 3
When you want to run these three slide shows through a Windows batch (.bat) file, the .bat file contents should look like:
	Start PowerViewer "C:\My Presentations\P1.ppt" 1
	Start PowerViewer "C:\My Presentations\P2.ppt" 2
	Start PowerViewer "C:\My Presentations\P3.ppt" 3
The "Start" command returns after launching PowerViewer.
Step 4
The CloseAllPowerViewerSessions.exe allows you to terminate all running PowerViewer sessions. This utility can be used to terminate all the three running PowerViewer instances.
The PauseAllPowerViewerSessions.exe utility allows you to pause all running PowerViewer sessions.
The ResumeAllPowerViewerSessions.exe utility allows you to resume the paused PowerViewer sessions.
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