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1. Go to PowerPoint Centeral.
2. Right-click on the toolbars or menus and choose Customize from the right-click menu.
3. Choose Macros under the Categories box on the Commands tab.
4. Add the item "EasterEgg" anywhere you want.
5. Click the item that you just added.
6. See what happens!

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Contributed By: EasterEggSnoop on 11-21-2001
Reviewed By: Webmaster
Special Requirements: PowerPoint 97
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let me explain: 1) open Power point 2) click open then choose "PPCentral.pps" in C:\program files\microsoft office\ 3) right click toolbar area and choose custommise 4) goto commands --> catorgries --> macros 5) put the macro "EasterEgg" as a button anywhere and close the customise window 6) click it...
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msn_dude writes:
OK, let me clear this one up: 1.Open Excel 97 2.Open the file PPCENTRL in the folder C:\program files\microsoft office\office. 3.Click 'Enable Macros' 4.Right-click on the tool bar, click CUSTOMISE, then click the Custom tab. 5.Scroll down to 'macros' and click on it. 6.Click and drag the words 'EasterEgg' which is under Commands onto the taskbar; it doesn't matter where. 7.Close the customise box. 8.Click on Easter Egg... This isn't a very good egg for all the work put into it. I was expecting more...
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DrSteph writes:
Who is Imran Qureshi?? It's making me nuts! I tried the egg and it worked, but who is it?
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MasterSkull writes:
Okay, I'm confused. I have PowerPoint. I did what was said, but under the Macros selection, there is nothing. I don't have to much experience with PowerPoint, so maybe I'm just missing something.
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Nick Root writes:
Um...NOTHING happens. Are you sure it's for Powerpoint 97?
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