Powerpoint 2016 vba screenupdating
Do you want to remove all animations from your slides?
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First you need to know how you can run VBA scripts in Power Point — then use this code.
Explore the code a bit though since John has put in some helpful comments so that you can edit some values as required.
Thereafter run the macro — more info can be found in our Use Macros and Scripts in Power Point tutorial. We tested this code using Power Point 2010 for Windows. | Resources on Power Point Programming and VBA | Use VBA in Power Point, Even if You Can’t Program for Nuts John Wilson is a Microsoft Power Point MVP who creates some cool add-ins for Power Point.
He participates in the Power Point newsgroups and runs the Power Point Alchemy site.