PPT: Sample Macro Code To Visit Every Open Slide

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Summary

This article contains a sample Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications macro (Sub procedure) that cycles through every slide in every open presentation and adds a rectangle to each slide.

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Sample Visual Basic Procedure

    Sub VisitEverySlide()

' This Macro vists every slide within every active presentation.
Dim NumberOfPresentations As Integer
Dim NumberOfSlides As Integer

' Declare the variables for loops.
Dim x, y As Long

' Retrieves the total number of open presentations.
NumberOfPresentations = Application.Presentations.Count

' Loops through every open presentation.
For i = 1 To NumberOfPresentations

' Set pres = Application.Presentations(i)
' Counts the number of slides within the current presentation.
NumberOfSlides = Application.Presentations(i).Slides.Count

' Goes through every slide in the presentation.
For j = 1 To NumberOfSlides

' This sample adds a rectangle to every slide.
' Remove this code and add your slide-specific code here.
With Application.Presentations(i).Slides.Item(j).Shapes
.AddShape msoShapeRectangle, 50, 50, 100, 200
End With

Next j

Next i

End Sub

References

For more information about creating Visual Basic for Applications macros, click the Office Assistant in Microsoft PowerPoint, type how to create a macro click Search, and then click to view "Create a macro in Visual Basic Editor."


For more information about running Visual Basic for Applications macros, click the Office Assistant in Microsoft PowerPoint, type how to run a macro click Search, and then click to view "Run a macro."


NOTE: If the Assistant is hidden, click the Office Assistant button on the Standard toolbar. If the Assistant is not able to answer your query, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
176476 OFF: 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:
163435 VBA: Programming Resources for Visual Basic for Applications
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Id. de artículo: 158913 - Última revisión: 10/11/2006 - Revisión: 1

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