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I would appreciate it if someone could assist me with getting information for creating forms in my powerpoint presentation. What I am trying to do is create a form that the viewer could fill out online and then click and send to an email address. I need to find some ...

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    Creating Interactive Forms in Powerpoint

    I would appreciate it if someone could assist me with
    getting information for creating forms in my powerpoint
    presentation. What I am trying to do is create a form
    that the viewer could fill out online and then click and
    send to an email address.

    I need to find some information for Visual Basics for
    Applications for Powerpoint 2002.
    Cracker
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    Re: Creating Interactive Forms in Powerpoint

    vicki,
    this is all quite doable using VBA. Use userforms to capture the
    infomation and then send it using Outlook also with VBA code.
    Brian Reilly, PowerPoint MVP
    Brian
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    Re: Creating Interactive Forms in Powerpoint

    > I would appreciate it if someone could assist me with 

    It might make more sense and be a whole lot simpler to have a link in your
    PPT presentation take the viewer to an html form on your web server.

    Apart from not having to learn VBA and wrestle with forms in PPT
    (cantankerous beasties), there are several other advantages that I can think
    of offhand.

    - Want to change the form? Change it once on the web server or try to get
    XXX users to download and use the new version in a PPT file.

    - Want anybody to be able to use the presentation, regardless of whether
    they have PPT or the viewer? The viewer doesn't support ActiveX or VBA, so
    forms won't work there.

    - What if the user doesn't have a standard email account? For example, if
    they use only web-based email. Sending info by email from PPT won't work in
    that case. An HTML link will.




    Steve

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