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Friday, March 20, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 11:13 am

Do you want to take the plunge and get started with programming in PowerPoint? Perhaps you want to run a macro someone else created for you? Or you dream to create a full-blown add-in that millions can use? These programming resources will help you. But before we give you a list, wish you all the best!

Here are some resources about PowerPoint programming.

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Friday, March 20, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 11:08 am

Have you created a Spirograph as a child, or even later? If you don’t know what a Spirograph looks like, the picture below may refresh your memory.

Spirographs in PowerPoint

Yes, Spirograph is one of those brands like Xerox that have lesser-known, technical names. Spirographs are essentially Hypotrochoids or Epitrochoids. Even with such such technical words, Spirographs can be fun, especially when you don’t have to draw with ball point pens on paper, and can do it instead on a PowerPoint slide!

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Friday, March 20, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 11:01 am

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.”

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