The posts in this section provide tips and tricks about using PowerPoint Scripts and Macros for managing your PowerPoint files. The scripts and macros discussed in posts below can help you automate tasks and increase productivity.
You might have downloaded an Office template and received a prompt to enable macros. You might also have noticed that the prompt also comes with a warning that enabling macros can be harmful for your computer. But macros aren’t exclusive to Microsoft Office files, as a macros are widely used by programmers around the world …
If you need to save a PowerPoint presentation to PDF format programmatically using VBA code, here is a simple macro to do the job. This macro snippet will make possible to save the active presentation to an output PDF file in the same path where you have the presentation saved.
PowerPoint and other Microsoft Office programs comes with VBA, Visual Basic for Applications. VBA is an implementation of Microsoft’s event-driven programming language Visual Basic 6 and let you run scripts and macros in the popular Microsoft Office applications. VBA enables building user defined functions, automating processes and accessing Windows API and other low-level functionality through dynamic-link …
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