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Macbook - Powerpoint and the Remote


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Is there any way to configure Powerpoint to change slides with the remote that comes with the macbook? I will be using my macbook hooked up to an LCD projector to teach with, and I don't want to be tied to the laptop to transition slides. This is my first mac, so I am kind of lost. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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I hear that if you get a program called iRed Lite (i dont know what it is, as I am still waiting for my first mac in the mail) that you can set up the remote to do a multitude of things in many programs.

Read the forum here

I didnt finish reading it, But good luck to you.
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There are also several other apps that will let you use the app more extensively, remote buddy is another i know of...
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and I think there is another one called something like isofa
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