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Changing PowerPoint's Options and AutoCorrect settings


Perhaps you want to change PowerPoint's AutoFit settings or alter any of the many settings in the Tools, Options dialog box.


There isn't any easy solution, unfortunately.

PowerPoint stores most options settings in


(where xx.0 = 11.0 for Office 2003, 10.0 for Office 2002, etc.)

PowerPoint reads these settings at startup and writes them back at shutdown, so

An external program that runs before or after PowerPoint could make the needed changes, as long as PowerPoint isn't running.

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Changing PowerPoint's Options and AutoCorrect settings
Last update 07 June, 2011