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I am trying to run two MS Office Power Point 2007 presentations side by side on two monitors on the same system . So they can be compared. But power Point will not allow two instances at the same time. Does anyone know of a trick without installing two copies of Power point on the same machine ?

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Alex has the right idea, but let me help more:

After Arrange All, you can extend PowerPoint to be the width of both monitors, then manipulate each PPT's window to fit into that screen's window, giving you side by side.

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Here's what you're looking for:

On the View tab of the ribbon, in the Window section, click on the Arrange All button.

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