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Topic: Bug? with Powerpoint to PDF
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 115378
From: markczajka
Date: 7/14/2004 07:03 AM

I've been playing with the Powerpoint to PDF conversion w/ Full Screen support for animations. It seems that Acrobat only supports the order of objects as placed on the slide, and not the order setup in the custom animation screen in powerpoint. For example, I have a sample client file where the client placed some items (bulleted lists) on the slide, with the last object entered actually appearing at the top (a graphic). Even though the first item (last placed on the page) is specified to appear first, it actually appears last (in the PDF, not Powerpoint full screen). I haven't seen many if any posts about the PDF support Powerpoint animations, so I thought I would let you know it currently is adequate, but needs some work.

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