Re: [NTO] Remote "Clicker" for Presentations
- Hi Alice and Don,
Thank you both for your replies. Apparently our speaker was using a "wireless
presentation remote". Because of your help, I now know what to buy.
I am guessing it would wireless around 2.4ghz, your machine if knew would
probably have it.
THANKYOU DAVE M
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ray Shapp" <ras45@...>
Sent: Tuesday, November 20, 2007 12:52 PM
Subject: [NTO] Remote "Clicker" for Presentations
> To All,
> Can anyone suggest a remote control for advancing slides in a PowerPoint
> presentation? A guest speaker came to our club recently and handed me her
> PowerPoint file on a thumb drive. I inserted the device into one of the
> ports on my laptop, and launched PowerPoint 2003. I was then amazed that
> speaker was able to advance or backspace the slides in her presentation by
> using some kind of remote control device. I was not using any kind of
> device and I don't believe Bluetooth or the infrared port on my laptop are
> Can anyone guess what kind of device she was using and what is it called
> if I
> were to try to buy one online.
> My laptop is running WinXP Pro and Office 2003 advanced.
> Ray Shapp
> Yahoo! Groups Links
- Amazon apparently reorganizes the results each time the page is
displayed, when I clicked on the link just now, it's 19 & 21. :)
On 11/19/07, Don - HtmlFixIt.com <don@...> wrote:
> more like 16 and 20 I think
> they have storage space
> > Amazon has some here:
> > http://tinyurl.com/24as2n
> > # 17 has the flash drive/receiver usb connection thingie like what
> > you're describing and doesn't require any software installation.
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