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Peter Anderson

Hey Peter,

Also keep in mind that Microsoft released a 32-bit and a 64-bit version of Office 2010. Microsoft recommends installing the 32-bit version. Articulate Presenter '09 will only work with the 32-bit version. Presenter '09 also will not work with the Click To Run version of PowerPoint 2010. For more information, please review the following article:

Peter Anderson

Hey Kevin, welcome to Heroes!

Articulate Presenter 5 is not supported in Microsoft Office 2010 or Windows 7. 

However, Presenter '09 is compatible with and supported in the 32 bit version of Office 2010 and Windows 7, 32 or 64 bit.  To learn more about Presenter '09, see:
http://www.articulate.com/products/presenter.php

A fully-functional, 30-day, free trial of Presenter '09 can be downloaded here:
http://www.articulate.com/downloads/freetrial-step3.aspx
***Please note that Presenter '09 and Presenter 5 cannot be installed on the same computer at the same time.

If you would like to upgrade to Presenter '09 to take advantage of the new features in PowerPoint 2010, please see:
http://www.articulate.com/store/store-upgrades.php

Also, if you choose to upgrade to Presenter '09, please review the following article to ensure that you have the correct version of Microsoft Office 2010 installed:
http://www.articulate.com/support/presenter09/kb/?p=2552

Wayne Vermillion

It's probably too late in your case, Peter, but I'm suddenly seeing some font discrepancies between a lesson that was developed half in Office 2007 and half in Office 2010. (Forced upgrade came in the interim.) Specifically, 18-point type previews satisfactorily, but then blows up to 44-point after publishing; alignment also shifts from left-justified to center. My solution was to rebuild the slides, which seem to be stable, but now I have a new problem with the "Translucency-Annotations" issue that's docomented elsewhere on this forum.