Explore getting started with VBA in PowerPoint.
What can be better to start a blog on PowerPoint programming that discussing a tutorial on using scripts and macros from elsewhere even if you don’t know how to do VBA programming!
If you like that thought, run now to this page! As that page says: “This article is not about creating your own macros or scripts to automate PowerPoint. However, if you just want to run any macros or scripts that friends share, or you just got it from a book or newsgroup, then you are on the right page.”
On this blog, we will explore just enough VBA in PowerPoint so that you can use as little VBA as possible. If VBA was a swimming pool, then this site will teach you how you can site besides the pool, and wet your feet. Just in case you want to jump into the water, you are free to do so, but we will not push you into the water!
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And now let’s get back to our title, especially the “Can’t Program for Nuts” part. Some readers could not understand what this comparison meant. It merely means that you cannot program at all.
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