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  1. questionKB-000347: How do I convert a Windows Media sound file into a file Impatica for PowerPoint can use?
    Note: Impatica provides this artice in order to assist our customers with information. This is one of many options available for adjusting audio files. Impatica does not endorse any of the products used and does not take resposibility for any damage that might result from using any product ment ...
  2. questionKB-000457: How do I deliver Impatica for PowerPoint content on a CD or DVD using a Java-enabled CD or DVD?
    These instructions explain how to deliver your impaticized PowerPoint presentation via a Java-enabled CD-ROM or DVD-ROM. This would ensure that the end user has the files required to playback the content regardless of the computer environment they are working in. You would convert your PowerPoi ...
  3. questionKB-000122: How do I generate the HTML required to send my impaticized presentation by e-mail?
    Impatica for PowerPoint will automatically generate the basic HTML required to send your impaticized presentation as a streaming e-mail. The e-mail HTML can be found within the "E-mail HTML" tab of the Impatica for PowerPoint software. The "E-mail HTML" tab will only become visible after a Power ...
  4. questionKB-000123: How do I generate the required HTML to add my impaticized content to my Web site?
    Impatica for PowerPoint will automatically generate the basic HTML required to play your impaticized content from within an existing web page. The HTML to use for this purpose is the e-mail HTML produced by Impatica for PowerPoint. E-mail HTML is created while uploading your impaticized present ...
  5. questionKB-000142: How do I make my single sound file play throughout my impaticized presentation?
    You can easily achieve this effect by inserting the .wav file on the "Slide Transition" of the first slide in your PowerPoint presentation and then uncheck the "Wait for Sound ...At end of slide" checkbox (this is checked by default) in Impatica for PowerPoint prior to translation. This will all ...
  6. questionKB-000283: How do I print an Impaticized PowerPoint presentation?
    To print an Impaticized PowerPoint presentation, you must first download the file ending in -imp.jar. Then open the file using Sun's Java, not the Microsoft version. From the menus in the Impatica Viewer, select "File", and then "Print", and you will have the "Page Setup" screen. Click "OK", and ...
  7. questionKB-000386: How do I upload my impaticized presentation to the Angel Learning Management System?
    Angel Upload Instructions for Impatica for PowerPoint This tutorial will outline the process for adding Impatica for PowerPoint content to your Angel course. 1. Set your desired conversion settings for the files you intend to upload to Angel. In addition to your regular settings, select the &# ...
  8. questionKB-000124: How do I upload my impaticized presentations to a Web server?
    Uploading your impaticized presentations to a Web server is quite straightforward. After translating your presentations, you should preview them to ensure they have converted to your satisfaction. Once your expectations have been achieved click on the "Connect" button on the "Web Server Upload" ...
  9. questionKB-000343: How do you create an autorun CD for Impatica for PowerPoint?
    This article offers advice on how to produce an autorun CD that contains impaticized content. Every autorun CD requires a *.inf file that contains autorun instructions. We have provided an autorun.zip file that contains two files: "autorun.inf" and "autorun.bat". The autorun.inf file automatica ...
  10. questionKB-000397: How do you upload Impatica content to Desire2Learn (D2L)?
    Desire2Learn Upload Instruction The following instructions outline the process for incorporating Impatica for PowerPoint content into a Desire2Learn course. The content is also in the attached PDF document available in the "Attachments" section at the bottom of this page. 1. Impaticize your Pow ...
  11. questionKB-000403: How to view presentations locally with Internet Explorer 7
    Internet Explorer 7 by default blocks any "active content", such as presentations created with Impatica for PowerPoint or OnCue locally on your machine. To allow temporary access you can click the information bar, chose "Allow Blocked Content" then selecting "Yes" from the next dialog To allow ...
  12. questionKB-000135: I am getting an Active X error when I try to view impaticized e-mails using Outlook. How do I fix this issue?
    Impatica for PowerPoint does not produce Active X content. This error will be produced when the Security; Secure content; Zone setting for Outlook is set to "Restricted sites" zone instead of "Internet" zone. To view impaticized e-mails, simply change the Security Setting. To do this: 1. Select ...
  13. questionKB-000151: I am trying to view an Impatica movie but nothing is playing. I know that my web browser is Java enabled. What could this be?
    Your web browser has a storage facility on your hard drive that stores graphics and text from web sites that you visit. This storage facility is called the cache, or Temporary Internet files. The reason web browsers have a cache is that it is quicker and easier to load images, etc. from cache on ...
  14. questionKB-000121: I am upgrading from a previous version of Impatica for PowerPoint and my registration code doesn't work. What am I doing wrong?
    With this version of Impatica for PowerPoint, the license code mechanism has changed. You will need a new version 3 registration code. If you are entitled to a free upgrade under the terms of your Support and Maintenance agreement, you should have received a new code by e-mail from Impatica. If ...
  15. questionKB-000243: I cannot install Impatica for PowerPoint on my Windows Vista computer. Is there a way around this?
    1- Impatica for PowerPoint v.4.0+ supports Windows Vista. Please install our current release from here:http://www.impatica.com/download/imp4ppt/win/ 2- With some of the early editions of Vista there were issues reported with installing Impatica for PowerPoint. To address this, we created the fo ...
  16. questionKB-000341: I cannot view a presentation hosted on an IIS server remotely but the presentation plays from a browser on the server. What is the cause and solution to this?
    Symptoms:When hosting a presentation using IIS you get a "Loading Java Applet..." screen, but nothing else happens. This happens with any Java Applet, but it can be viewed directly on the IIS server.Causes:Anonymous access is disabled on the IIS virtual directory.Solution: 1. In IIS Manager, ex ...
  17. questionKB-000395: I don't have any sound editing software but I would like to record a single wav file for use with OnCue. How can I do this?
    There are many freeware or shareware versions of sound editing software available on the internet (e.g. www.tucows.com) but if that is not possible or of interest to you, you can use Microsoft PowerPoint's Record Narration functionality to produce a single WAV sound file.Steps: Launch Microsof ...
  18. questionKB-000141: I don't have any sound when I view an impaticized presentation on my Macintosh. Why?
    In the latest version of the Impatica applet, in order to accommodate Netscape 6, different audio class files were used. While this solved the problem of support for Netscape 6, it resulted in a conflict with an older version of the MRJ (Mac OS Runtime for Java) for the Mac. Specifically, only u ...
  19. questionKB-000220: I have impaticized my presentation, connected my BlackBerry to my PC, selected Wait for PC Transfer but when I go to the BlackBerry Transfer tab the Put File option is greyed out. Why?
    This will occur if you are using a full code and have not chosen BlackBerry file format on the Slide Show tab prior to converting your presentation.
  20. questionKB-000143: I have inserted a sound file on the first slide in my PowerPoint presentation and have set my automatic slide advance timings but my presentation does not advance properly. What am I doing wrong?
    By default,Impatica for PowerPoint has the "Wait for Sound... At end of slide" checkbox checked. As a result, when there is a sound file present, your automatic slide advance timings would be ignored during playback and the length of your sound file will determine when the slides will advance. U ...
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