DWF Viewer

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*Kolberg, Matt
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Power Point

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01-29-2003 02:37 AM
When Express Viewer, or Volo View Express is installed one can insert a
control to a DWF file within a Power Point document using the Autodesk Volo
View Control. I recieved a newsletter a while back from our reseller that
explains how this is done. I tried it (with Volo View Express) and it
worked. I tried it today, with both VVE and Express Viewer (using the
Autodesk Express Viewer Control) and now it doesn't work. All I get after I
select the file name is a blue rectangle. Anyone else have this problem?
Solutions? These are the steps I used:

1. New PP document
2. Insert Express Viewer Control
3. Pick rectangle for the control
4. Right click on the rectangle and click Properties
5. Click button in the Custom box within the properties dialog
6. Browse for filename
7. Click OK

Thanks for any help

Matt Kolberg
*Klug, Jeffrey
Message 2 of 5 (85 Views)

Re: Power Point

02-03-2003 02:04 AM in reply to: *Kolberg, Matt
This is fixed in the upcoming release.

Jeffrey Klug
Autodesk, Inc.

"Matt Kolberg" wrote in message
news:920B2821281EE77ACD0F96715FCDE782@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> When Express Viewer, or Volo View Express is installed one can insert a
> control to a DWF file within a Power Point document using the Autodesk
Volo
> View Control. I recieved a newsletter a while back from our reseller that
> explains how this is done. I tried it (with Volo View Express) and it
> worked. I tried it today, with both VVE and Express Viewer (using the
> Autodesk Express Viewer Control) and now it doesn't work. All I get after
I
> select the file name is a blue rectangle. Anyone else have this problem?
> Solutions? These are the steps I used:
>
> 1. New PP document
> 2. Insert Express Viewer Control
> 3. Pick rectangle for the control
> 4. Right click on the rectangle and click Properties
> 5. Click button in the Custom box within the properties dialog
> 6. Browse for filename
> 7. Click OK
>
> Thanks for any help
>
> Matt Kolberg
>
>
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goebel-bain
Posts: 3
Registered: ‎04-14-2003
Message 3 of 5 (85 Views)

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04-03-2003 04:24 AM in reply to: *Kolberg, Matt
I have a similar problem to the one described by Matt Kolberg. I have success using Express Viewer in Power Point on my home computer, but it crashes the office computer. I receive an error message, "express viewer - Error 001-2147024809" This is the only information given by the pop-up message. Express viewer works on the office computer, but always generates this error message in power point. The office computer is networked, has XP professional. The home computer has XP home. Both computers and work programs are new. I removed Express Viewer and downloaded it again thinking the download might be corrupt, no change. Does anyone recognize the error message? Is this post "upcoming release" mentioned by Jeffrey Klug?

Michael Goebel-Bain
*Autodesk\
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04-03-2003 08:25 AM in reply to: *Kolberg, Matt
The error is an "Invalid Parameter".   In the error dialog where
you see this error, please click the error text, then hit the down arrow. 
There will be some additional information that will tell us in which source code
file (and at which line) the problem occured.  Can you tell me what that
reads?

Thanks.


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">
I
have a similar problem to the one described by Matt Kolberg. I have success
using Express Viewer in Power Point on my home computer, but it crashes the
office computer. I receive an error message, "express viewer - Error
001-2147024809" This is the only information given by the pop-up message.
Express viewer works on the office computer, but always generates this error
message in power point. The office computer is networked, has XP professional.
The home computer has XP home. Both computers and work programs are new. I
removed Express Viewer and downloaded it again thinking the download might be
corrupt, no change. Does anyone recognize the error message? Is this post
"upcoming release" mentioned by Jeffrey Klug?

Michael Goebel-Bain

Member
goebel-bain
Posts: 3
Registered: ‎04-14-2003
Message 5 of 5 (85 Views)

Re:

04-04-2003 12:52 AM in reply to: *Kolberg, Matt
The additional info reads, "CAdViewer::LoadSourcePath:383"
Hope that helps.

Michael Goebel-Bain

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