SNAP! uses ActiveX objects to embed audience polling capabilities into your PowerPoint presentation. In order to work properly, PowerPoint's security must be set to allow these objects to be embedded and to operate.
Changing PowerPoint Security Settings with Office 2003
If you are running the PowerPoint version from Office 2003, the security settings are accessed from the PowerPoint menu bar 'Tools' option as shown below.
Audience Response Systems, Inc. is registered with Microsoft as a trusted publisher. Setting your security to 'High' or lower will allow SNAP! to function correctly.
Changing PowerPoint Security Settings with Office 2007
If you are running the PowerPoint version from Office 2007, the security settings are accessed through the 'Office' button in the upper left corner of the PowerPoint window.
Choose 'Trust Center' from the menu on the left, and click on 'Trust Center Settings'.
Select the radio button that directs PowerPoint to prompt you before enabling all controls with minimal restrictions.
Changing PowerPoint Security Settings with Office 2010
If you are running PowerPoint from Office 2010, the security settings are accessed from the 'File' drop down menu, using the 'Options' selection. From there the Trust Center settings are the same as for Office 2007 above.
With Office 2010, the SNAP subdirectory must be in the trusted locations in order for SNAP to operate correctly.