I have a situation in which I want to control a PowerPoint presentation that is on a computer (that is connected to a projector) at the back of the room with a computer at the front of the room. Is this possible?
I was hoping for something that will allow me to see the next slide or choose a slide out of order.So... if I understand, the presentation is on computer A, connected to a projector.
You're somewhere else in the same room, and want to control the presentation? Do you just need to click forward and back on slides, or something more complex? You can get remote clickers for PowerPoints, that's probably easier than any cludgy two-computer solution; alternately run a cable from your computer to the projector, still don't need a second computer.
The issue is that the projector computer in back is running other software that is doing other things. Can a remote desktop just view a select screen?Remote desktop control?