PPT2000: Issues Fixed in PowerPoint 2000 by Office 2000 Service Pack 3

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Microsoft has released Microsoft Office 2000 Service Pack 3 (SP-3). This article describes the issues that are fixed in PowerPoint 2000 by Office 2000 SP-3.

For additional information about how to download and install Office 2000 SP-3, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
326585 OFF2000: Overview of the Office 2000 Service Pack 3 (SP-3)

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PowerPoint 2000 Issues That Are Fixed by Office 2000 SP-3

The Office 2000 SP-3 fixes the issues that are described in the following Microsoft Knowledge Base articles:
276257 OFF2000: List of Issues Fixed in Office 2000 Service Pack 2
306603 PPT2000: PowerPoint 2000 SR-1 Macro Modification Security Update
310889 PPT2000: Cannot Insert a TIFF File from a Local Mapped Drive on a Citrix Connection
321511 PPT2000: Slides Advance Slowly When Presentation Is Embedded in Word
313538 PPT2000: PowerPoint Stops Responding When You Apply a Font to a Bulleted List
300888 PPT2000: Mouse Pointer May Not Change When You Use IME
296808 PPT2000: Style Changes When You Copy and Paste a Text Box Grouped with Another Shape
285978 Description of PowerPoint 2000 Service Release 1 (SR-1) security update
226782 PPT2000: Object Hyperlinks Are Lost When Saving to An HTTP Or FTP Server
320522 PPT2000: Strings Do Not Appear in Outlook Messages When You Copy and Paste Them from PowerPoint
312631 PPT2000: You Receive an Error Message When You Save a PowerPoint File to a Web Folder
322958 PPT2000: PowerPoint Stops Responding When You Try to Save or Move a Presentation with 3-D Objects
320886 PPT2000: You Receive an Error Message When You Open a Presentation That Was Created in the German Version of PowerPoint
296704 PPT2000: You Receive an Error Message When You Try to Open a Presentation in Windows Explorer

Additional Issues That Are Fixed by Office 2000 SP-3

Additionally, the issues in this section are also fixed by Office 2000 SP-3.

Corrupted Microsoft PowerPoint 95 Files Cause PowerPoint 2000 to Stop Responding

When you open a PowerPoint 95 file with a corrupted header, PowerPoint 2000 may stop responding.



External Executables Run with No Warning When You Click an Item in a Design Template Format File

When you click an item that is linked to an external executable in a Design Template format (.pot) PowerPoint file, the executable may run with no warning.



PowerPoint 2000 May Stop Responding When You Open a PowerPoint File That Contains a Sound-Effect with a Long File Name

When you open a PowerPoint file that contains a sound-effect with a very long file name, PowerPoint 2000 may stop responding.



PowerPoint 2000 Does Not Display Which Service Pack You Have Installed

When you click Help, and then click About Microsoft PowerPoint in PowerPoint 2000 with a service pack installed, the dialog box that appears does not display which service pack you have installed.



Strings Do Not Appear in Outlook Messages When You Copy and Paste Them from PowerPoint

When you copy a string from PowerPoint 2000, and then paste the string into an HTML message, the pasted string has a <SPAN> tag, which has "DISPLAY:none" as style. If you copy and paste a string into the HTML message again, or if you input strings, the strings are inserted into a pair of SPAN tags. These strings inherit "DISPLAY:none," and do not appear.



Runtime Error When You Use PowerPoint Events

When you call the Presentation.Close method, you may receive a runtime error. This may occur when you call the method in the following events:
  • NewPresentation
  • PresentationOpen
  • PresentationClose
  • PresentationNewSlide
  • PresentationPrint SlideShowBegin
  • WindowActivate
  • WindowBeforeDoubleClick
  • WindowBeforeRightClick
  • WindowDeactivate

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Article ID: 326609 - Last Review: October 26, 2013 - Revision: 4.0
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  • Microsoft PowerPoint 2000 Standard Edition
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