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I fiind that the theme definitions are stored in the location below:
?:\Documents and Settings\??\Local Settings\Application Data\Adobe\Adobe Presenter\Themes\
I'm not certain if one has the capability to change the "Contact" verbiage to something different. I think it's just there and you supply the E-Mail address it opens when clicked.
Nice to meet you here! Will you become my guru for Presenter too, thanks a lot.
I had been using this button to change the language. But that doesn't seem to work, reverts always to English when reopening (Presenter doesn't exist in Dutch). You can indeed change the button labels (similar to Access), just changed Contact to E-mail. Still have a couple of questions however: I seem to remember that the Contact button was in blue. The new text 'E-mail' got the default color of the theme. For a user it is not clear that this will behave as a button, a hyperlink, because it is not underlined (as is the case in CP, TOC, where the e-mail address is shown). Should there be a way to format it so that it is underlined (common indication for a hyperlink). Or should I introduce a feature request? Certainly I will have a look at the Theme definitions themselves you pointed out in the first posting.
Have to confess that I believed the button (Contact) not to be active, but that was due to my (natural impatience): one has to wait rather long (more than one minute, I'm on a rather quick ADSL-connection at home) for the default e-mail client to be opened, much longer than I expected.
PS: for the moment cannot find the Themes under Application Data, had already a lot of trouble with Presenter, but will continue to search