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The Presentation Launcher is a Windows application that automatically brings up your PowerPoint presentation, without displaying a PowerPoint window. In other words, it creates a background task in Windows that quickly brings up a PowerPoint presentation on your computer's screen, with a seamless transition into the presentation. You can easily access your PowerPoint presentations from any folder, and the launcher will find and start your presentation if it exists. PowerPoint allows you to launch a presentation from a folder. That is, you can save a presentation as a file in a folder, and then launch that presentation. The Presentation Launcher will automatically locate any saved presentation in the folder specified as the first command-line argument, or, if not specified, it will search the drive specified as the second command-line argument. If no presentation is found, a GUI will appear on the screen, asking the user to select a presentation. If no presentation is found and the second command-line argument is specified, the launcher will search the specified drive for that argument. The Presentation Launcher's aim is to not only launch a presentation, but also to open it. This means that as soon as the presentation is launched, it is automatically minimized into the desktop, and there is a quick transition to the presentation. Of course, you can open your presentation the old way by manually clicking on it from the desktop, minimizing your presentation if it is minimized, and then opening it, and you can also do this manually if you want. The difference is that the launcher will already be waiting for the presentation to open, and will quickly switch to the presentation, without the user even being aware that anything has happened. The launcher also offers a choice of three different styles of opening a presentation, which you can switch between using command-line arguments, and we have provided command-line arguments to change that default. The styles are: Style One: The default view style. The Presentation Launcher will automatically detect the size of the presentation, and will load and display the presentation in the full size of the presentation. The presentation will be opened in the background and minimized, ready for you to click on it to start your presentation. In this mode, the presentation will load, and the user will be able to access any button or controls on the presentation. Style Two: This is a classic presentation style. In this style, the Presentation Launcher will load and display the presentation in the full size of the presentation, and the presentation will not be automatically minimized into the desktop, and will not be automatically clickable to






The Presentation Launcher Crack License Key PC/Windows Executes a macro with a series of keystrokes within the PowerPoint Viewer window. Runs only as long as PowerPoint is open. One time only execution. Can be used as a task bar icon or as a macro launch pad. KEYMACRO options (see documentation for details): - CONDITION: An expression that determines whether KEYMACRO will be launched - ACTION: A series of keystrokes to be performed. - SHORTCUT: A key combination that will be used to launch the ACTION. - COMMANDLINE ARGUMENTS: The command-line arguments that will be used to launch the ACTION. Any command-line arguments must be in quotes. - MINIMIZE: If this is set to 1, the MACRO icon is displayed in the system tray. - MAXIMIZE: If this is set to 1, the MACRO icon is displayed as a task bar icon. - SHOWTRAY: If this is set to 1, the MACRO icon is displayed in the system tray. - CLOSEPLOT: If this is set to 1, the MACRO icon does not display. The MACRO functionality continues to run. - BLANKSCREEN: If this is set to 1, no output from the macro is displayed. - TEST: If this is set to 1, the system will launch the PowerPoint Viewer program and wait for PowerPoint to open before launching the macro. - LOAD: If this is set to 1, the LOAD macro does not execute. - NOBLANK: If this is set to 1, no output from the macro is displayed. - PASSTHROUGH: If this is set to 1, the PowerPoint Viewer is passed to the system as if it were an application. If PowerPoint is already open, the viewer window will remain active, the closedown will be delayed until the user cancels the task. The same will happen if the PowerPoint is already open and the user clicks on this launcher. - QUIT: If this is set to 1, the PowerPoint Viewer is terminated. - DIRECTORY: If this is set to 1, the MACRO launcher will run the specified directory instead of the current directory. - TIME: If this is set to 1, the launch will be at the specified time instead of the current time. - TARGET: The name of the target The Presentation Launcher was designed to automatically locate and invisibly start your presentations without Powerpoint loading in the background. The result being a problem free location of your presentation with a smooth and seamless transition into delivering the presentation to your audience. Here are some key features of "The Presentation Launcher": ■ In-built PowerPoint Viewer for computer's that don't have MS PowerPoint installed. ■ Stylish, easy-to-use interface if more than one Presentation is located. ■ Accepts passing a specific Presentation as a command-line argument. ■ Accepts other command-line arguments to change default view style. ■ Cancel a search for presentations at any time by pressing the ESC key. The Presentation Launcher was designed to automatically locate and invisibly start your presentations without Powerpoint loading in the background. The result being a problem free location of your presentation with a smooth and seamless transition into delivering the presentation to your audience. Here are some key features of "The Presentation Launcher": ■ In-built PowerPoint Viewer for computer's that don't have MS PowerPoint installed. ■ Stylish, easy-to-use interface if more than one Presentation is located. ■ Accepts passing a specific Presentation as a command-line argument. ■ Accepts other command-line arguments to change default view style. ■ Cancel a search for presentations at any time by pressing the ESC key. The Presentation Launcher was designed to automatically locate and invisibly start your presentations without Powerpoint loading in the background. The result being a problem free location of your presentation with a smooth and seamless transition into delivering the presentation to your audience. Here are some key features of "The Presentation Launcher": ■ In-built PowerPoint Viewer for computer's that don't have MS PowerPoint installed. ■ Stylish, easy-to-use interface if more than one Presentation is located. ■ Accepts passing a specific Presentation as a command-line argument. ■ Accepts other command-line arguments to change default view style. ■ Cancel a search for presentations at any time by pressing the ESC key. The Presentation Launcher was designed to automatically locate and invisibly start your presentations without Powerpoint loading in the background. The result being a problem free location of your presentation with a smooth and seamless transition into delivering the presentation to your audience. Here are some key features of "The Presentation Launcher": ■ In-built PowerPoint Viewer for computer's that don't have MS PowerPoint installed. ■ Stylish, easy-to- The Presentation Launcher Crack + With Product Key [Win/Mac] 1. Find ■ Press F to start the search for presentations. ■ Press Space to scroll through ■ Press Enter to select the first presentation, or press the Up ■ key to scroll to the next presentation ■ Press the Down key to scroll to the previous presentation. ■ Press Escape to cancel the search 2. Start presentation ■ Press Escape to return to the Presentation Launcher. 3. View presentation ■ Press G to start viewing presentation. ■ Press Space to scroll through the slides. ■ Press Enter to select the first slide, or press the Left or ■ Right key to move to the next or previous slide. ■ Press Escape to cancel the View slide or press Ctrl-N to ■ start a new presentation. 4. Search next presentation ■ Press Shift-F to search for the next presentation. ■ Press Escape to return to the Presentation Launcher. 5. Clear Search ■ Press the X key to clear the search for presentations. ■ Press the ESC key to return to the Presentation Launcher. 6. View next presentation ■ Press Shift-G to start viewing the next presentation. 7. Cancel presentation ■ Press Escape to cancel viewing the presentation. How to use the macro: Press F11 to Run the macro. Keyboard Shortcut: Press F11 to Run the macro. OR Click Run Presentation macro (located in the toolbar) Macro Description: 1. Close all open presentation files ■ Press Shift-F12 to close all open presentation files. 2. Find ■ Press F to start the search for presentations. ■ Press Space to scroll through the available presentations. ■ Press Enter to select the first presentation, or press the Up ■ key to scroll to the next presentation. ■ Press the Down key to scroll to the previous presentation. 3. Start presentation ■ Press Escape to return to the Presentation Launcher. 4. View presentation ■ Press G to start viewing presentation. ■ Press Space to scroll through the slides. ■ Press Enter to select the first slide, or press the Left or ■ Right key to move to d408ce498b Executes a macro with a series of keystrokes within the PowerPoint Viewer window. Runs only as long as PowerPoint is open. One time only execution. Can be used as a task bar icon or as a macro launch pad. KEYMACRO options (see documentation for details): - CONDITION: An expression that determines whether KEYMACRO will be launched - ACTION: A series of keystrokes to be performed. - SHORTCUT: A key combination that will be used to launch the ACTION. - COMMANDLINE ARGUMENTS: The command-line arguments that will be used to launch the ACTION. Any command-line arguments must be in quotes. - MINIMIZE: If this is set to 1, the MACRO icon is displayed in the system tray. - MAXIMIZE: If this is set to 1, the MACRO icon is displayed as a task bar icon. - SHOWTRAY: If this is set to 1, the MACRO icon is displayed in the system tray. - CLOSEPLOT: If this is set to 1, the MACRO icon does not display. The MACRO functionality continues to run. - BLANKSCREEN: If this is set to 1, no output from the macro is displayed. - TEST: If this is set to 1, the system will launch the PowerPoint Viewer program and wait for PowerPoint to open before launching the macro. - LOAD: If this is set to 1, the LOAD macro does not execute. - NOBLANK: If this is set to 1, no output from the macro is displayed. - PASSTHROUGH: If this is set to 1, the PowerPoint Viewer is passed to the system as if it were an application. If PowerPoint is already open, the viewer window will remain active, the closedown will be delayed until the user cancels the task. The same will happen if the PowerPoint is already open and the user clicks on this launcher. - QUIT: If this is set to 1, the PowerPoint Viewer is terminated. - DIRECTORY: If this is set to 1, the MACRO launcher will run the specified directory instead of the current directory. - TIME: If this is set to 1, the launch will be at the specified time instead of the current time. - TARGET: The name of the target What's New In? System Requirements For The Presentation Launcher: Supported System Requirements: Minimum: OS: Windows XP (SP3) CPU: 1.0 GHz Pentium III or higher Memory: 192 MB RAM Video: 128 MB Video RAM Additional System Requirements: Additional: DirectX 9 Installation Instructions: In order to install this product, first download the required files from the link provided at the end of this article. Then extract all the files to your hard drive. If you have a Windows XP SP2 or higher, go

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