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Posted by Andrew Gould on 03 April 2021
This video shows you how to paste Excel cells as text into an existing text box in a PowerPoint presentation. You'll learn about the TextFrame and TextFrame2 properties of a text box, how to reference the TextRange within a text frame and how to use the Paste and PasteSpecial methods to paste as plain text and RTF text.
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|Copy Excel Data into Existing PowerPoint Textbox.xlsm||Excel workbook with macros|
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|When:||13 Nov 23 at 18:36|
Hello, could you help me to improve this code, please?
I would like to change the local file to have the option to allow the user to select the place where the power point is located in... the other point is sometimes some lines have mistakes and stop running.
|When:||14 Nov 23 at 07:43|
You might find some of our videos on working with files useful - particularly part 24 on using FileDialogs https://www.wiseowl.co.uk/vba-macros/videos/vba-files-folders/
I'm sorry that we don't have time to review all your code.
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