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How do I upload a LIN file (How to insert a hand diagram)

#21 User is offline   nige1 

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Posted 2021-January-08, 10:28

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Posted 2021-April-06, 07:56

Does anyone know how to import a Handviewer-style hand record into a Powerpoint or Word file, for use in teaching? It is useful with some problems to show the progress of the first couple of tricks and then ask students what they plan to do next. So we would need (1) the deal record; (2) with some hands concealed; and (3) to be able to play the cards via "Next" until we reach the desired decision point.

I see material on how to do this for a post on these forums, and on Bridgewinners, but nothing for Word or Powerpoint. I know you could simply play the hand on a browser, but in these Zoom times, I find it a pain to keep having to move from your slides to a browser and back again. Embedding the demonstration hand into the slide deck would be much easier.

Any suggestions gratefully received. Thanks in advance.
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