When you run a slide show, Microsoft PowerPoint keeps track of the build progress for all slides in the presentation. When PowerPoint finishes building a slide, the builds (on that slide) are not run again unless you start the presentation again, or you loop through the slide show. If you want a slide to build more than one time during a slide show, write a macro to force PowerPoint to reset the builds. This article includes a sample Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications macro (Sub procedure) that resets the builds and displays the slide.
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Sample Visual Basic Procedure
To use this code, assign the macro to an action button. To do this, follow these steps:
' The number after GotoSlide is the slide number.
SlideShowWindows(1).View.GotoSlide 1, msoTrue
- Click the object you want to use as an action button.
- On the Slide Show menu, click Action Settings.
- In the Action Settings dialog box, click the Mouse Click or Mouse Over tab.
Mouse Click and Mouse Over are events that the action button may respond to.
- Click to select Run Macro.
- In the list of macros, click the ResetSlide macro.
- Click OK.
For more information about how to use the sample code in this article, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
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