PPT: Sample Code to Copy Slide to Different Presentation

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Summary

This article contains a sample Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications macro (Sub procedure) that copies the current slide from the active presentation if it is in slide view and pastes the slide into another presentation. If you have two presentations open, the macro pastes the slide into the presentation that is not the active presentation. If you have more than two presentations open, the Office Assistant asks you which presentation you want to receive the object.

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Sample Visual Basic Procedure

   Sub AppendSlides()

Dim lCurrentView As Long

' Object reference to presentations.
Dim oDestPres As Presentation
Dim oSourcePres As Presentation
Dim oPossiblePres() As Presentation

Dim oPresObject As Presentation

' Used to build the message box.
Dim strPrompt As String
Dim strTitle As String

' Variables for the assistant.
Dim Ball As Balloon
Dim Count As Long
Dim lResult As Long

' Determine which view the active presentation is using.
lCurrentView = ActiveWindow.ViewType

' Check if PowerPoint is in Slide Sorter view.
If lCurrentView <> ppViewSlideSorter And _
lCurrentView <> ppViewSlide Then

' Create the prompt for the error message.
strPrompt = "You must be in Slide Sorter or Slide view to run " _
& "this macro. Please switch to one of these views and run " _
& "the macro again."

' Create the title for the error message.
strTitle = "Wrong View Type"

' Display the message box.
MsgBox strPrompt, vbExclamation, strTitle

' End the macro.
End

End If

' Check if more than one presentation is open.
If PowerPoint.Presentations.Count = 1 Then

' Only one presentation is open.
' Create the prompt for the error message.
strPrompt = "You only have one presentation open. " _
& "Please open a destination presentation and run " _
& "the macro again. "

' Create the title for the error message.
strTitle = "One Presentation Open"

' Display the message box.
MsgBox strPrompt, vbExclamation, strTitle

' End the macro.
End

End If

' Check if two presentations are open.
If PowerPoint.Presentations.Count = 2 Then

' Determine which presentation is the destination.
' This algorithm uses the presentation that is not active
' as the destination.
If Presentations(1).Name <> ActivePresentation.Name Then

' The destination is presentations(1).
Set oDestPres = Presentations(1)
Set oSourcePres = Presentations(2)

Else
' The destination is presentations(2).
Set oDestPres = Presentations(2)
Set oSourcePres = Presentations(1)

End If

End If

' Check if more than two presentations are open in PowerPoint.
If PowerPoint.Presentations.Count > 2 Then

' Create the balloon for the assistant.
Set Ball = Assistant.NewBalloon

With Ball

' Set up the heading and text.
.Heading = "Select a Presentation"
.Text = "Which Presentation would you like to use as the " _
& "destination?"

' Sets the BalloonType Property.
.BalloonType = msoBalloonTypeButtons

' Make the balloon modal (this is the default).
.Mode = msoModeModal

' Add a Cancel button to the balloon (OK is default).
.Button = msoButtonSetCancel

End With

For Each oPresObject In PowerPoint.Presentations

If ActivePresentation.Name = oPresObject.Name Then
Set oSourcePres = oPresObject
Else

' Increment the counter.
Count = Count + 1

' Change the size of the array.
ReDim Preserve oPossiblePres(1 To Count)

' Add an object reference to the array.
Set oPossiblePres(Count) = oPresObject

' Assign presentation name to a balloon label.
Ball.Labels(Count).Text = oPresObject.Name

End If

Next oPresObject

' Display the assistant.
If Assistant.Visible = False Then
Assistant.Visible = True
End If

' Display the assistant greeting.
Assistant.Animation = msoAnimationGreeting

' Display the balloon.
lResult = Ball.Show

' End the macro if the Cancel button was hit.
If lResult = -vbCancel Then
End
End If

' Set up the destination.
Set oDestPres = oPossiblePres(lResult)

End If

' Copy the slide and paste to the end of the destination
' presentation.
If oSourcePres.Windows(1).ViewType = ppViewSlide Then

' Copy the slide.
With oSourcePres.Windows(1).Selection.SlideRange
oSourcePres.Slides(.SlideNumber).Copy
End With

' Check if destination presentation is using slide sorter view.
If oDestPres.Windows(1).ViewType = ppViewSlideSorter Then
oDestPres.Windows(1).View.Paste
MsgBox "Sucessfully pasted slide.", vbInformation
Else

' Create the message text for the message box.
strPrompt = "The destination must be Slide Sorter view. " _
& "Switch to Slide Sorter View?"

strTitle = "Change to Slide Sorter"

' Ask the user to switch to slide sorter.
lResult = MsgBox(strPrompt, vbExclamation + vbOKCancel, _
strTitle)

If lResult = vbOK Then

' Paste the slide.
oDestPres.Windows(1).ViewType = ppViewSlideSorter
oDestPres.Windows(1).View.Paste
MsgBox "Sucessfully pasted slide.", vbInformation
Else
' Cancel button was selected.
strPrompt = "No changes have been made to the presentation."
strTitle = "No Changes Made"
MsgBox strPrompt, vbInformation, strTitle
End
End If

End If

Else

' The source presentation is not in slide view.
strPrompt = "The source presentation is not in slide view. " _
& "Please switch the active presentation to Slide View and" _
& " run the macro again."
strTitle = "Wrong View"
MsgBox strPrompt, vbExclamation, strTitle
End If

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: 163195 - Última revisión: 10/11/2006 - Revisión: 1

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