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Jul 19, 2007 Jul 19, 2007

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I need to move the navigation bar from the bottom of my presentation and I can not find how to do that. Anyone? HELP!

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Jul 24, 2007 Jul 24, 2007

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Well, you can't move it to any other spot in an ACP room. Do you just want it to go away? if so, click the "show/hide side bar" icon next to the navigation arrows.

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Jul 25, 2007 Jul 25, 2007

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If you are talking about the playbar that shows up when you show the sidebar in a Connect share pod, an alternative would be to turn off the sidebar but turn on the playbar (turn off sidebar with button to the right of the forward and back arrow buttons; turn on playbar through pod options).

If you are talking about playbars within a presentation, such as from Captivate, you can move the bar to the top through skinning under the options menu (playback control tab).

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Jul 26, 2007 Jul 26, 2007

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Jimmy,

If, on the other hand, you need to disable the playbar within the Presenter content (ie published powerpoint deck), there are basically 2 ways:

1) you can kill the playbar by modifying the vconfig.xml doc that gets created after you publish a deck. Simply set the value from "true" to "false" and that pretty much will eliminate the playbar.

2) you can also temporarily kill it off using actionscript. The caveat here, however, is that you'll need to create a flash object and import it using the Breeze command "Insert Flash" within the powerpoint environment. The code to use within Flash looks like this:

_root.m_controlBar.enabled = false;

--OR--

root.m_miniControlBar.enabled = false;

Rob

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