Excel to Powerpoint

imported_unknown

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Does anybody has a VBA, working with the pack office 2000, copying all the sheets of an Excel workbook, according to their print area, and building a Powerpoint presentation with them ?
Even better if we can specify which Excel file is to use and which name to give to the Powerpoint files built.
Searching a lot within the board, I think that would answer a lot of topics.
For me and my colleague, that would save some several hours a month, copying and pasting. So, thanks for the great guy who can help.
 

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imported_unknown

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Thanks Garreth. But What CRTL + C, CRTL + V is doing is just copying and paste what you highlight on each Excel spreadsheet, one vy one. What I am looking for is a VBA macro (or software ?) that could select the print area of each sheet of an Excel file, copy them one by one and paste them one by one into a Powerpoint presentation. About 100 sheets to copy/paste/resize every month is really time consuming (and boring).
 
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