Re: PowerPoint2003 Autoshape Connector Points

Subject: Re: PowerPoint2003 Autoshape Connector Points
From: "Michael West" <mbwest -at- bigpond -dot- com>
To: techwr-l
Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2004 08:27:33 +1100

John Posada wrote:
>>> In doing research, it appears that this capability (or lack of)
>>> comes up often on the MS support forum for PowerPoint. MS has even
>>> placed a web page with instructions specifically designed to
>>> overcome this shortcoming.
>> Which of course you're going to share with us ..... when?
> Actually, it wasn't Microsoft itself, but a Microsoft PowerPoint MVP
> web site:
>> By the way, which version of PP have the connection
>> point feature? I have Word 2000 SR-1 and it doesn't seem
>> to be there.
> Not Word...PowerPoint. I'm using 2003, so I don't know how far back, I
> just remember it being there for a long time.

Sorry, I meant Office 2000.

But yes, you're right, the Autoshapes tool looks identical
in Word and PowerPoint, so I didn't notice that the single
difference is that the PP version includes Connectors. This
is useful info for people who need them but who work in Word.

So what's the workaround?
Michael West

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