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Old August 1st, 2004, 12:49 PM
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Can anyone give me directions or point me in the right direction to get help on placing Agent Characters in the end product of Producer for Powerpoint? Thanks

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Old August 1st, 2004, 01:18 PM
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You might want to ask in the Producer NG if there are any special procedures
when using Producer. Here are a couple of links on how to use Agent characters
in PowerPoint.

http://tinyurl.com/4yush or http://www.brainybetty.com/agent.htm

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Old August 2nd, 2004, 05:05 AM
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Hi Chris,

The best product for incorporating MS Agent characters into Powerpoint is voxproxy.
www.voxproxy.com

I don't know if it can output to Producer though.
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"Chris" wrote:

Can anyone give me directions or point me in the right direction to get help on placing Agent Characters in the end product of Producer for Powerpoint? Thanks

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Old August 2nd, 2004, 05:21 PM
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Default Adding MS Agent Characters to Producer for PowerPoint

The Producer Group sent me here. First off, Agent code in powerpoint has not seemed to work at all, as Producer converts the PP slides. The published interface of Producer is built in CSS, HTML, and Java pages for the most part. I'm looking for someone who is familiar enough with CSS to help me add the HTML Agent code to the interface of the published product I can add an HTML window and place the code in that imported page; however it does not resolve my problem with the Producer Launch page. I'm wondering if I can somehow put the code in a page of it's own and bring it in through the CSS so it becomes a part of the products interface. Thanks

"Michael Koerner" wrote:

You might want to ask in the Producer NG if there are any special procedures
when using Producer. Here are a couple of links on how to use Agent characters
in PowerPoint.

http://tinyurl.com/4yush or http://www.brainybetty.com/agent.htm

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"Chris" wrote in message
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Can anyone give me directions or point me in the right direction to get help on
placing Agent Characters in the end product of Producer for Powerpoint? Thanks



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Old August 2nd, 2004, 05:23 PM
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Default Adding MS Agent Characters to Producer for PowerPoint

Please see Michael's post above. Thanks

"PPTMagician" wrote:

Hi Chris,

The best product for incorporating MS Agent characters into Powerpoint is voxproxy.
www.voxproxy.com

I don't know if it can output to Producer though.
--
Thanks,
Glenna Shaw
PowerPoint MVP
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"Chris" wrote:

Can anyone give me directions or point me in the right direction to get help on placing Agent Characters in the end product of Producer for Powerpoint? Thanks

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Old August 2nd, 2004, 05:47 PM
Michael Koerner
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I have used it a couple of times in PowerPoint, and it worked just great. I have
never published that type of a presentation as a web page, so I really can't
give you an honest answer. Did you look at the links that were provided to you?
There seems to be a lot of information there. You may also want to ask in the
Microsoft Agent NG.

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"Chris" wrote in message
...
The Producer Group sent me here. First off, Agent code in powerpoint has not
seemed to work at all, as Producer converts the PP slides. The published
interface of Producer is built in CSS, HTML, and Java pages for the most part.
I'm looking for someone who is familiar enough with CSS to help me add the HTML
Agent code to the interface of the published product I can add an HTML window
and place the code in that imported page; however it does not resolve my problem
with the Producer Launch page. I'm wondering if I can somehow put the code in a
page of it's own and bring it in through the CSS so it becomes a part of the
products interface. Thanks

"Michael Koerner" wrote:

You might want to ask in the Producer NG if there are any special procedures
when using Producer. Here are a couple of links on how to use Agent characters
in PowerPoint.

http://tinyurl.com/4yush or http://www.brainybetty.com/agent.htm

--
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"Chris" wrote in message
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Can anyone give me directions or point me in the right direction to get help

on
placing Agent Characters in the end product of Producer for Powerpoint?

Thanks





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Old August 2nd, 2004, 07:21 PM
Steve Rindsberg
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I'm not familiar with Producer or the Agent stuff, but in case it helps you track down
somebody to work with on this:

- I'm betting that you mean Javascript rather than Java. They're entirely different
critters.

- And I'm betting that the code in question is part of the HTML and JS files, not CSS (CSS
is a set of style definitions; it can specify what things are supposed to look like when
the HTML/XML's displayed, but so far as I know, it can't include code that actually
performs any actions (ie, Javascript, VBScript etc.)

Hope that helps a bit.

In article , Chris wrote:
The Producer Group sent me here. First off, Agent code in powerpoint has not seemed to

work at all, as Producer converts the PP slides. The published interface of Producer is
built in CSS, HTML, and Java pages for the most part. I'm looking for someone who is
familiar enough with CSS to help me add the HTML Agent code to the interface of the
published product I can add an HTML window and place the code in that imported page;
however it does not resolve my problem with the Producer Launch page. I'm wondering if I
can somehow put the code in a page of it's own and bring it in through the CSS so it
becomes a part of the products interface. Thanks

"Michael Koerner" wrote:

You might want to ask in the Producer NG if there are any special procedures
when using Producer. Here are a couple of links on how to use Agent characters
in PowerPoint.

http://tinyurl.com/4yush or http://www.brainybetty.com/agent.htm

--
Please post all follow-up questions/replies to the newsgroup
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Do Provide The Version Of PowerPoint You Are Using
Do Not Post Attachments In This Newsgroup
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"Chris" wrote in message
...
Can anyone give me directions or point me in the right direction to get help on
placing Agent Characters in the end product of Producer for Powerpoint? Thanks





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Old August 2nd, 2004, 11:34 PM
Glen Millar
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Chris,

Briefly... there are a couple of ways MSAgent runs in PowerPoint; via code
in the notes section that a macro runs, or coms addins. The addins embed
code on the slide, but there is no way I know of that Producer can convert
this code. As Producer files are html and derivatives, that would be the
angle to look at. There are a number of people who know how to code html for
MSAgent, and the MSAgent newsgroup (posted by Michael) would be the place to
go. Also try http://www.msagentring.org/

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"Chris" wrote in message
...
The Producer Group sent me here. First off, Agent code in powerpoint has

not seemed to work at all, as Producer converts the PP slides. The
published interface of Producer is built in CSS, HTML, and Java pages for
the most part. I'm looking for someone who is familiar enough with CSS to
help me add the HTML Agent code to the interface of the published product I
can add an HTML window and place the code in that imported page; however it
does not resolve my problem with the Producer Launch page. I'm wondering if
I can somehow put the code in a page of it's own and bring it in through the
CSS so it becomes a part of the products interface. Thanks

"Michael Koerner" wrote:

You might want to ask in the Producer NG if there are any special

procedures
when using Producer. Here are a couple of links on how to use Agent

characters
in PowerPoint.

http://tinyurl.com/4yush or http://www.brainybetty.com/agent.htm

--
Please post all follow-up questions/replies to the newsgroup
Email unless specifically requested will not be opened
Do Provide The Version Of PowerPoint You Are Using
Do Not Post Attachments In This Newsgroup
Michael Koerner [MS PPT MVP]


"Chris" wrote in message
...
Can anyone give me directions or point me in the right direction to get

help on
placing Agent Characters in the end product of Producer for Powerpoint?

Thanks





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Old August 6th, 2004, 12:25 PM
Chris
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Default Adding MS Agent Characters to Producer for PowerPoint

Steve, thank you. Now I have an additional request. From what you have said
I believe I could set the style sheet to include an HTML window in the
pre-load page, just like the one in the presentation pages. That would
enable me to include the Agent code in that HTML page and I could get the
same result as I now have in the presentation pages. I do not; however, know
how to add an HTML window into the pre-load page. Can you help me with that
coding or do you know someone who could? Thanks again.

"Steve Rindsberg" wrote:

I'm not familiar with Producer or the Agent stuff, but in case it helps you track down
somebody to work with on this:

- I'm betting that you mean Javascript rather than Java. They're entirely different
critters.

- And I'm betting that the code in question is part of the HTML and JS files, not CSS (CSS
is a set of style definitions; it can specify what things are supposed to look like when
the HTML/XML's displayed, but so far as I know, it can't include code that actually
performs any actions (ie, Javascript, VBScript etc.)

Hope that helps a bit.

In article , Chris wrote:
The Producer Group sent me here. First off, Agent code in powerpoint has not seemed to

work at all, as Producer converts the PP slides. The published interface of Producer is
built in CSS, HTML, and Java pages for the most part. I'm looking for someone who is
familiar enough with CSS to help me add the HTML Agent code to the interface of the
published product I can add an HTML window and place the code in that imported page;
however it does not resolve my problem with the Producer Launch page. I'm wondering if I
can somehow put the code in a page of it's own and bring it in through the CSS so it
becomes a part of the products interface. Thanks

"Michael Koerner" wrote:

You might want to ask in the Producer NG if there are any special procedures
when using Producer. Here are a couple of links on how to use Agent characters
in PowerPoint.

http://tinyurl.com/4yush or http://www.brainybetty.com/agent.htm

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Michael Koerner [MS PPT MVP]


"Chris" wrote in message
...
Can anyone give me directions or point me in the right direction to get help on
placing Agent Characters in the end product of Producer for Powerpoint? Thanks





--
Steve Rindsberg, PPT MVP
PPT FAQ: www.pptfaq.com
PPTools: www.pptools.com
================================================
Featured Presenter, PowerPoint Live 2004
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Old August 6th, 2004, 04:42 PM
Steve Rindsberg
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Default Adding MS Agent Characters to Producer for PowerPoint

In article , Chris wrote:
Steve, thank you. Now I have an additional request. From what you have said
I believe I could set the style sheet to include an HTML window in the
pre-load page, just like the one in the presentation pages.


Not that I know of. Again, CSS is just a set of style definitions.
It tells the browser stuff like "When you see a p tag, here's how I want you to display it"

It contains no scripting code or anything that controls multiple windows.

That would
enable me to include the Agent code in that HTML page and I could get the
same result as I now have in the presentation pages. I do not; however, know
how to add an HTML window into the pre-load page. Can you help me with that
coding or do you know someone who could? Thanks again.


As I said, I know nada about Agent code or what it might require.

You may need to look for the answer to that question in a group specific to Agent, but maybe
somebody here will have an idea too.

The microphone's open, folks. Step right up! ;-)



"Steve Rindsberg" wrote:

I'm not familiar with Producer or the Agent stuff, but in case it helps you track down
somebody to work with on this:

- I'm betting that you mean Javascript rather than Java. They're entirely different
critters.

- And I'm betting that the code in question is part of the HTML and JS files, not CSS (CSS
is a set of style definitions; it can specify what things are supposed to look like when
the HTML/XML's displayed, but so far as I know, it can't include code that actually
performs any actions (ie, Javascript, VBScript etc.)

Hope that helps a bit.

In article , Chris wrote:
The Producer Group sent me here. First off, Agent code in powerpoint has not seemed to

work at all, as Producer converts the PP slides. The published interface of Producer is
built in CSS, HTML, and Java pages for the most part. I'm looking for someone who is
familiar enough with CSS to help me add the HTML Agent code to the interface of the
published product I can add an HTML window and place the code in that imported page;
however it does not resolve my problem with the Producer Launch page. I'm wondering if I
can somehow put the code in a page of it's own and bring it in through the CSS so it
becomes a part of the products interface. Thanks

"Michael Koerner" wrote:

You might want to ask in the Producer NG if there are any special procedures
when using Producer. Here are a couple of links on how to use Agent characters
in PowerPoint.

http://tinyurl.com/4yush or http://www.brainybetty.com/agent.htm

--
Please post all follow-up questions/replies to the newsgroup
Email unless specifically requested will not be opened
Do Provide The Version Of PowerPoint You Are Using
Do Not Post Attachments In This Newsgroup
Michael Koerner [MS PPT MVP]


"Chris" wrote in message
...
Can anyone give me directions or point me in the right direction to get help on
placing Agent Characters in the end product of Producer for Powerpoint? Thanks





--
Steve Rindsberg, PPT MVP
PPT FAQ: www.pptfaq.com
PPTools: www.pptools.com
================================================
Featured Presenter, PowerPoint Live 2004
October 10-13, San Diego, CA www.PowerPointLive.com
================================================




--
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PPT FAQ: www.pptfaq.com
PPTools: www.pptools.com
================================================
Featured Presenter, PowerPoint Live 2004
October 10-13, San Diego, CA www.PowerPointLive.com
================================================

 




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