Excel to Powerpoint - VBA Autodate/AutoPagenum

dr_drews

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Hi, I know this is possibly more of a powerpoint question but thought I'd try my luck here...

I have a macro that takes data from an excel file and creates a powerpoint file using the data from Excel. All is working well, but last bit I want to add is to insert the date and slide number at the bottom of the slide that has been created.

You can do this manually in Powerpoint 2007 by going to the Insert tab on the ribbon and clicking Date or Slide Number... but, I can't work out how to do this with VBA!

Any help appreciated!
 

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