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    Hope someone can help...
    I have a request to create a macro and add a custom toolbar/button for it.
    The macro suppose to insert a file name and path when run. I know how to do this in word and excel, but was not able to figure out in power point.
    Thanks in advance.
    Regards,
    John

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    Re: Create macro in Microsoft Power Point 2003 version

    Anyone has any ideas? I really need to make this work, and would appreciate any guidance... Thx
    Regards,
    John

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    • #3
      Re: Create macro in Microsoft Power Point 2003 version

      I'm slightly confused...

      Do you need help creating a macro in powerpoint, then assigning it to a button?
      That works exactly the same way as in word / excel

      or do you need help doing a particular task?
      If so, can you explain the task in rather more detail

      Tom
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        Re: Create macro in Microsoft Power Point 2003 version

        Sorry for the confusion. Yes, I needed help creating a macro in power point and then creating a custom toolbar and asigning a button to it.
        I have found the solution on the other forum already. I had to use a vb script to do this as oppose in word and excel you don't have to. Or is there a way to do it w/o the script in power point too?
        Anyways thanks for the folow up...

        here's a link to the script if anyone is intrested:

        http://support.microsoft.com/default...b/222797/en-us
        Regards,
        John

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