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3M X75 LCD Projector switching slides from the remote with powerpoint??

Can it be done and if so how do you do it???

Kind regards to all who can help.

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Hi Dan_waddy

There is a USB cable that came with the Projector ( one end smaller than the other ) The smaller end goes into the back of the Projector and the normal 2.0 USB end into your PC - This enables you to flick through your slides with the standard Projector remote control.

If you do not have such a cable , you could get one from most good PC and AV shops.

Thanks for using Fixya !

Posted on May 21, 2008

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