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    How to avoid the duplication of the display concerning the scoreboard?

    Good morning.
    I am using Microsoft Powerpoint 2013 Macro Enabled Presentation.
    I would like to display this.
    Capture.jpg
    But when I use the slide show mode, i get this.
    Captureť.jpg
    Do you know why?

    Here is my code:
    Option Explicit
    Sub Label1Plus1()
    Label1.Caption = (Label1.Caption) + 1
    End Sub
    Sub Label1Minus1()
    Label1.Caption = (Label1.Caption) - 1
    End Sub
    Sub Label1Reset()
    Label1.Caption = 0
    End Sub
    Sub Label2Plus1()
    Label2.Caption = (Label2.Caption) + 1
    End Sub
    Sub Label2Minus1()
    Label2.Caption = (Label2.Caption) - 1
    End Sub
    Sub Label2Reset()
    Label2.Caption = 0
    End Sub
    Sub ResetandExit()
    Label1.Caption = 0
    Label2.Caption = 0
    ActivePresentation.SlideShowWindow.View.Exit
    End Sub
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    I use PP 365 nad it seems to work OK for me
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    Paul


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    This usually a video driver problem Try going to File > Options > Advanced and disable slide show hardware graphics accelleration.
    John Wilson
    Microsoft PowerPoint MVP
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    http://www.pptalchemy.co.uk/powerpoi...tutorials.html

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    Also update your video driver to latest if you can
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    Paul


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