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Posted: Mon Apr 04, 2016 9:25 pm   Post subject: Slide Timing and Simulation Publishing Error

I have two questions:

When I publish a slide that has a lot of animation on it, iSpring publishes it to automatically advance the animations at a rate that it too quick to read the text on the screen. I have tried changing the PPT to click to advance the animation, but iSpring is still auto advancing. How can this be adjusted?

2nd issue. When trying to publish a PPT with an 88 scene simulation (we are leaning heavily towards purchase) - I received the following error today. "iSpring Suite has failed to process the simulation object on the slide 4. Do you want to cancel the conversion?" I have published this presentation previously without any issue. What could be causing this?

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Posted: Mon Apr 04, 2016 10:03 pm   Post subject: Re: Slide Timing and Simulation Publishing Error

Thank you for the post!

Let me please answer the questions in the order:
1. The animations appear too fast.
The problem might occur due to the fact that the option Use timings was disabled in PowerPoint. You can enabled the option as described here:
Please also check the slide duration in PowerPoint and in iSpring-Presentation Explorer.
You can set the slide duration to 0 seconds if you have the slide durartion already set up in PowerPoint.

2. The error message. "iSpring Suite has failed to process the simulation object on the slide 4.

I think the reason of the issue might be the renaming of the original PowerPoint presentation. Also this might occur if the presentation was moved to some other folder on your computer.
Please note that all the additional files inserted into the module via iSpring are stored in the subfolder next to the original PPT file.

In order to resolve the problem, please take a look at these articles:

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