Extract linked excel graph in ppt slide as data table in word

samart

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  1. 365
Hi experts, hoping you can help. I have a ppt file with 30+ slides, each linked to a single excel object in the form of a graph. I am wondering if there is a macro/ vba I can use to copy the linked excel tables used to create the graphs to a single word document (or in other words, copy the excel objects on my powerpoint and paste them as data tables in word). Right now, my only way to do this is open each slide, right click the chart, select edit data, and then copy and paste the excel data to word. I am new to macros so not sure if this is easy. Thanks.
 

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Saurabhj

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  2. 2019
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Hi, welcome to Mr Excel board.

Please check this VIDEO if can resolve your issue.

Thanks,
Saurabh
 

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