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Hence the difference in Object Library version. Sometimes in first loop, sometimes in 15th loop, etc. Using a list in an excel spreadsheet that gives the file name for the photo and a description I written a macro to generate a powerpoint presentation that can be saved Reply Amy says: October 28, 2011 at 9:18 pm Hello, I need to export a few hundred graphs from excel and put 5 to a page in powerpoint.

Reply Dolphin Godfred says: July 3, 2012 at 11:10 am @Chandoo: I am not able to see the updated comments in this page. Satisfying to have confirmation from an MVP that there is no ideal solution for this. I suppose this is because of an object library is not properly referenced, but which?   Thanks! Reply Lora says: February 28, 2012 at 7:59 pm Can I put several graphs on one slide Reply Brian says: March 1, 2012 at 10:47 pm How can this be done

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Thank you! The specified data type is unavailable." I can run the exact same code and it works, then run it again and I get this error. If i add a new tab, it copies the chart however fail to copty the comments. VBA is smart enough to use the relevant versions of the Excel and Office libraries if someone uses the project in an older or newer version of Excel.

The graphs need to be a specified size with a black border. Reply Sai Swaroop says: October 17, 2011 at 9:43 am ***William - First, Use this function: Function CopyPaste(slide, selection, aheight, awidth, atop, aleft) Set PPApp = GetObject(, "Powerpoint.Application") Set PPPres = I have a question that's unrelated to this tutorial though. Notify me of new posts by email.

Looks like that is also only a one dashboard at a time solution. Re: OnPostReload macro export to .jpg doesn't work SectionsHome PageQlikView ForumsQlik Sense ForumGroupsBlogsBlogsBusiness DiscoveryQlik DesignCommunity Manager BlogQlik Support UpdatesTechnical BulletinAll BlogsQlik SitesQlik.comPartner PortalCustomer PortalQlik MarketDemosTrademarksPrivacyTerms of UseCopyright © 1993–2017 QlikTech International This template is extended version of their project review template. Drew and Chandoo please help Reply William says: September 26, 2011 at 7:36 pm How can use this same methond to copy range of cells?

But of course her change means you have to start all over with the copy and pastes… There is always a better way! It is one of the major contributors in personally deciding to create this site and I hope to compile a bunch of resources for you in these areas. When you change your chart and then click on the chart the first time it will create a new presentation with the chart centered for the most part (fine tune the any help would be much appreciated thanks, Paul  Reply Paul Mitty says: October 5, 2012 at 3:48 pm Hi, did you ever get to the bottom of this ?

Search on "Excel VBA" and the particular keyword that has you stumped, or type the exact error message into the search box. I will post the code anyway. Here you can add and rearrange important elements to your Gantt chart. Stay logged in Sign up now!

Can anyone suggest me the changes so that i get charts to link with ppt to custom slide number and in mid of some saved template. I'll use the small task of exporting an Excel chart to PowerPoint to illustrate such inter-application automation, and I'll follow up soon with more intricate routines that accomplish more tasks. One common requirement I have from engineering team is case studies. For example, if I program in Excel 2016, the project will automatically contain references to Excel 2016 and Office 2106.

can someone please let me know how to fix this? What are your favorite tricks & ideas? Finally, the slides are finished…, until you read a new message from your boss requesting a minor change.

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That is, a page with one or two photos and a description. John Reply Jaggu says: June 18, 2013 at 10:16 am Hello, Nice article and nice Q&A along with nice solution. Microsoft Project data Open PowerPoint, click on the Office Timeline tab and click the Import button to get to the Microsoft Project Import Wizard. highlighsts the code: PowerPoint.ActivePresentation.ApplyTemplate “C:\Documents and Settings\myfile\Application Data\Microsoft\Templates\ShortTitle.pot” Any other suggestions i can try please?

Please type your message and try again. 11 Replies Latest reply: Jun 1, 2014 4:13 AM by Deepac Bangarwa Export Image to insert in ppt marco assedia Sep 23, 2011 4:08 Reply Akash says: August 3, 2011 at 4:24 pm How do you copy charts from excel into PowerPoint as ChartObjects (not metafile or linked image)? On the Task tab drop down the Copy button to find the Copy Picture control. In the column on the right highlight the new group you created in step C (I named mine Visuals Tools).

Guru Tip: It is a good idea to place code that may need to be manually changed at some point in the future near the beginning of the subroutine. Now scroll down and look for something like "Microsoft Powerpoint ## Object Library" (where the # is a number). He wanted from each workbook to create a new presentation and in every slide to include a text box with the chart title and the chart itself as picture. I repleated the code and edited.

However, when you need to put together a presentation with 50+ Excel images, having a VBA macro do all the heavy lifting is much faster! Similar Threads - need Help editing Excel Formula Help Needed fladave, Jan 17, 2017, in forum: Business Applications Replies: 2 Views: 149 fladave Jan 21, 2017 Need Help with Excel Jerni11, During my day job, I used to make a lot of presentations. Just click your rectangle button then sit back and watch it run!

Thank you1 Reply Dolphin Godfred says: June 27, 2013 at 4:52 pm Hi Jen, Can you let me know where exactly you are having this error? chTitle = xlCh.ChartTitle.Text xlCh.ChartArea.Copy 'Count the slides and add a new one after the last slide.