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Where can I find VBA API for Powerpoint?

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hi,

I want to create a window/pane in powerpoint itself and control from it all presentation properties, the problem is that VBA allows to create only toolbar/frame and it's not looks so well.

I found meanwhile JAVA API but still . i can't fond the part that will allow me to create a window.

Thanks
May 7 '07 #1
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SammyB
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I'm not clear what you want to do. Could you give more details, please.
Do you want an Active-X powerpoint control?
What language? VBA(what application), VB6, or VB.NET.
Do you just want a dual monitor solution?
:confused: Sam
May 7 '07 #2

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I want to create a window/pane in powerpoint itself and control from it all presentation properties, the problem is that VBA allows to create only toolbar/frame and it's not looks so well.

I found meanwhile JAVA API but still . i can't fond the part that will allow me to create a window.
I'm also a bit confused about what you're looking for. But if you open the VB Editor from Powerpoint, it allows you to create a "user form".
May 8 '07 #3

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