I am transitioning a longtime Windows house to an all-mac environment (with Microsoft Servers for exchange, sharepoint, etc), but have run into a MAJOR issue with office 2008 that is going to make my end users upset and possibly run back to VMWare'd office. When running with two displays in office 03 and 07, you could have the presentation in full screen on one display, and have powerpoint proper still running on the other one. From there, you can edit the slides "on the fly", so that you can make corrections while test-running presentations, or have a preview window of the final slide sitting off on your secondary display while you work on the main one. this has benefitted our users greatly over the years. In moving to Mac Office 2008, I noticed that there is an option to either "view Slide Show" or "View Presenter Tools" on the slide show drop down, but no matter what I select, the same result occurs; slide show on one screen, full screen presenter tools on the other. This is doubly damning because not only do they lose the ability to edit the slides and use powerpoint like they used to during a presentation, but any attempt to switch to another app while in that mode (useful for quickly referencing an excel or word doc when asked a question) causes the screens to hop into mirrored mode, and will show you looking at notes in the middle of your presentation, and display them for everyone to see! This means that to have the same level of functionality they had before, you would have to either bring two computers to the presentation (not happening), or bring a PC (not a solution either). Please tell me that I am overlooking something here, and that the two-screen slideshow functionality which has been the same in powerpoint for ages isn't this messed up in Powerpoint 08. Thanks in advance!