PowerPoint Presentations No Longer Loop
You have installed PowerPoint viewer 2010 and do not have the full version of PowerPoint 2010 on the computer. PowerPoint 2010 viewer currently has a bug in it that does not allow a looping slideshow to loop. This bug has been fixed. You can download the patch from this Microsoft at the following link Download Fix
PowerPoint 2010 Presentations Will Not Load Into the Schedule.
You do not have the latest version of EasyWorship:
In order to use PowerPoint 2010 files in EasyWorship, you will have to have EasyWorship 2009 build 1.9 installed.
If you have EasyWorship 2007 or older you will have to purchase the upgrade to EasyWorship 2009.
Click on help, about EasyWorship.
If you do not have build 1.9, you need to upgrade to build 1.9 from the page below.
If you already have build 1.9
Follow these steps:
Click the Live menu
Click on Options
Check both options under PowerPoint options
Close and reopen EasyWorship
The hook file for connecting to PowerPoint may not have updated.
Reboot the computer then download and reinstall EasyWorship.
You can download and install from here.http://www.easyworship.com/downloads/ew_builds/current/EasyWorship_web.zip
You could have a click to run version of office.
If that is the case. Follow the directions at this link to uninstall the click to run version and install the MSI-based Office edition. http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel-help/click-to-run-switch-to-using-an-msi-based-office-edition-HA101850538.aspx?CTT=3
You may have a 64 bit version of Office:
- Click the File tab
Click help to determine what version you have
If you have a 64 bit version of Office, you will have to uninstall Office then reinstall the 32 bit version
The 32 bit version installs by default from the office install disk
PowerPoint Crashes When Adding A Slide Show Into The Schedule:
Click the Add PowerPoint to Schedule button on the schedule toolbar
Disable the preview pane on the right side
Select a PowerPoint slideshow and click open