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Re: how to remove a warning message?
Is it totally out of the question to make the presentation entirely Mathematica-based? After all, Mathematica has a Slide Show mode, and you can import graphics into Mathematica. Of course you won't have access to all the fades, dissolves, and other distracting graphics effects junk that Power Point facilitates! (See Tufte's little pamphlet about the evils of Power Point.) Alexei Boulbitch wrote: > Dear MathGroup, > > I am preparing a hybrid presentation. Part of it runs with Power Point, > then another part - with Mathematica 6, then again with the Power Point. > I open a Mathematica notebook from the Power Point presentation by using > a hyperlink. This results first in a warning message (telling me that > the file I am going to open may contain viruses). The notebook is called > only after pressing OK. This warning message is (i) boring and (ii) it > slows the presentation down. The latter is much worse. > > Though it is more a Power Point then a Mathematica problem, could you > give me a tip of what can I do to prevent this message to appear? > > Is there another (more efficient) way to easily and fast call a notebook > from the Power Point, which would later enable me to equally easily and > fast switch back to the Power Point after the Mathematica part will be over? > > Best regards, Alexei > -- Murray Eisenberg murray at math.umass.edu Mathematics & Statistics Dept. Lederle Graduate Research Tower phone 413 549-1020 (H) University of Massachusetts 413 545-2859 (W) 710 North Pleasant Street fax 413 545-1801 Amherst, MA 01003-9305