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This article provides a sample Microsoft Visual Basic for Applicationsmacro (Sub procedure) that inserts a new slide based on the Title SlideAutoLayout at the end of the active presentation and then inserts the titletext.
NOTE: The sample code is designed to run from a presentation editingsession or from a slide show.
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Sample Visual Basic Procedure
Sub AddTitleSlide() ' Change this string to the title you want to use for your slide. Const stringMyTitle As String = "This is a Title" Dim slideObject As Slide Dim longSlideCount As Long ' Determine how many slides are in the presentation. longSlideCount = ActivePresentation.Slides.Count With ActivePresentation.Slides ' Insert a slide at the end of the presentation using the Title ' Slide AutoLayout. Set slideObject = .Add(longSlideCount + 1, ppLayoutTitleOnly) End With ' Inserts the text you want to use for the title. slideObject.Shapes.Title.TextFrame.TextRange.Text = stringMyTitle End Sub
For more information about creating Visual Basic for Applications macros,click the Office Assistant in Microsoft PowerPoint, type "how to create amacro," click Search, and then click to view "Create a macro in VisualBasic Editor."
For more information about running Visual Basic for Applications macros,click the Office Assistant in Microsoft PowerPoint, type "how to run amacro," click Search, and then click to view "Run a macro."
NOTE: If the Assistant is hidden, click the Office Assistant button on theStandard toolbar. If the Assistant is not able to answer your query, pleasesee the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
176476OFF: Office Assistant Not Answering Visual Basic Questions
For more information about getting help with Visual Basic for Applications,please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
163435VBA: Programming Resources for Visual Basic for Applications