This article was previously published under Q285493
When you create a Microsoft PowerPoint 2002 presentation, and you then click Pack and Go on the File menu, the PowerPoint presentation that is created cannot show all of the PowerPoint animations when it is viewed on a different computer using the PowerPoint viewer.
The PowerPoint Viewer cannot run any embedded Microsoft ActiveX controls or macros either.
This behavior can also occur with any other PowerPoint 2002 presentation that is viewed using the PowerPoint viewer.
This behavior can occur because the PowerPoint viewer that is included with PowerPoint Pack and Go presentations is a PowerPoint 97 viewer. Any animations that were developed after PowerPoint 97 cannot be viewed with the PowerPoint Pack and Go viewer.
The PowerPoint viewer does not support any Exit, Emphasis, or Motion Paths animations effects. The only animation effects that are supported by the viewer are Entrance effects. The additional effect options (Timing, Delay, Repeat and Triggers) are not supported by the viewer. Additionally, Stop and Pause effects for sounds and movies are not supported.
To resolve this behavior, use one of the following methods.
When you create a presentation that you intend to package and view with the PowerPoint viewer, use only the animations that are compatible with the Viewer. Transition animations that are compatible with the PowerPoint viewer include:
Other animations effects that are compatible with the viewer include:
Fly-ins Flash Once Type Writer Appear
To ensure that you use only animations that are compatible with the PowerPoint viewer, follow these steps:
On the Tools menu, click Options.
In the Options dialog box, click the Edit tab.
Under Disable new features, click to select the New animation effects check box, and then click OK.NOTE: Now when you click Custom Animation on the Slide Show menu, a Custom Animation dialog box appears instead of the Custom Animation task pane. The animations listed in the Custom Animation dialog box are all compatible with PowerPoint 97 and PowerPoint 2000.
NOTE: If you use this method, be sure not to include any ActiveX or Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) information in your presentation. The Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer cannot display this type of information.
Save the PowerPoint presentation as a Web presentation so that the animations can be viewed with Microsoft Internet Explorer version 5.O or later.
To save a PowerPoint presentation as a Web page and view the animations in Internet Explorer, follow these steps:
Start PowerPoint. Create a presentation, or open the presentation that you want to save.
On the Tools menu, click Options.
In the Options dialog box, click the General tab, and then click Web Options.
In the Web Options dialog box, click the Browser tab.
In the People who view this Web page will be using box, click Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or later.
Click OK two times.
On the File menu, click Save as Web Page.
Recommended: In the Save as type box, click Web Archive.
Optional: In the Save as type box, click Web Page.
Name the file.
Do one of the following:
To publish the presentation to a Web, follow these steps:
In the Publish as Web Page dialog box, under Publish what, click Complete presentation.
Under Publish a copy as, in the File name box, type the full path of the Web and the file name that you want to use.
Package the PowerPoint presentation without the PowerPoint viewer and use the presentation only on computers which have PowerPoint 2002 or newer installed.
To package a PowerPoint presentation without including the PowerPoint viewer, follow these steps:
Start PowerPoint. Create a presentation, or open the presentation that you want to package.
On the File menu, click Pack and Go.
When the Pack and Go Wizard appears, click Next.
Click to select the Active presentation check box.
NOTE: If the presentation that you want to package is not the active presentation, click Other presentation, and then browse to the presentation that you want.
Click the destination for the presentation, and then click Next.
Click to select the appropriate check boxes if you want to include linked files and embed TrueType fonts, and then click Next.
Click Don't include the Viewer, and then click Finish.