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Old 10-11-2015, 09:36 PM   #1
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Access to Projector Issue

I have a church database and I need to send data to the projector. I have been projecting from access through PowerPoint VBA and its been working well, but it doesn't do enough.
I was wondering if I can project directly from access without having to go through PowerPoint. in other words I'm looking for code to send data to a projector from access without PowerPoint.
I will appreciate

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Re: Access to Projector Issue

why not use easyworship or some free alternatives: http://slidedog.com/blog/best-free-p...-alternatives/
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Re: Access to Projector Issue

I can't use those other software because they are missing lots of features that I have added to my software. Those added features are quite specific to our churches in Kenya, and that is why I'm wondering if I can find code to link to the projector

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Re: Access to Projector Issue

Why not just connect the projector and set your computer to extended screen, then you can automatically position forms at the extended position, if you like you can even make an option group on a main form for extended or normal and when a form is opened automatically go to the correct screen.

Code:
If Forms![Scan Data]!Frame54 = 1 Then
DoCmd.MoveSize 2500, 1000
ElseIf Forms![Scan Data]!Frame54 = 2 Then
DoCmd.MoveSize 24000, 1000
End If
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Re: Access to Projector Issue

I have never thought of it that way Tieval, I will work on seeing how that works, and I will get back to you. Thanks

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