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how to set or enable startup programs for window startup?


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hi i know the title may sound confusing, so let me explain abit. recently i'm given a few PCs to take care of and everytime they load into Windows, a powerpoint slide will appear "the Do's and DON'Ts" for the user to read. im thinking of editing that slide, but not sure how to. can anybody help? by the way all PCs are Win XP Pro.
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alright, i did a google results like adding shortcuts to the startup folder and also the msconfig command. but how do i add programme such as powerpoint slideshow on window startup?
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any help?
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Can you be a little clearer of your problem...

Do you want the Powerpoint slide to appear on startup or not to appear?
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Can you be a little clearer of your problem...

Do you want the Powerpoint slide to appear on startup or not to appear?


erm yes i do want the slides to appear on startup. but how do i go about doing so?
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Take the slide and drag it to the Startup Folder in All Programs.

For example, lets sy the slide is in your documents, take the slide and drag it over the Start button, the over All Programs, then drop it in the Startup folder. Reboot and try it out.
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