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Hi All My First time here.
In Word and excel i use the the msgbox to display a copyright when the file is opened using Document_open() & Workbook_open().

I also want to be able to do this in powerpoint but i cant find where to put it in the vb editor.

Any ideas...
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You must have to use the Macro facilities in Powerpoint. You can create a new macro for you purpose. If you still facing difficulties then Wrox is there 4 U......
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