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alec1982
Valued Contributor II

Re: Export multiple objects to a single powerpoint slide

Thank you for the sample. One little issue is that all objects are coming on top of each other.. Can I assign positions? Also, Is there anyway I can include all these objects into a single image instead of multiple images?

Best,

Alec

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Re: Export multiple objects to a single powerpoint slide

Hello alec,

To choose the position of the objects, you can use :

SET Shape = PPSlide.Shapes(PPSlide.Shapes.count)  ' Select the last picture which was pasted into the slide

  With Shape

  .LockAspectRatio = msoTRUE 'Allow size modification

  .PictureFormat.CropTop = 10 'crop

  .PictureFormat.CropBottom = 10

  '.PictureFormat.CropRight = 10

  .left=01

  .top= 77

  .height= 180

  .width=370

  END With

I'm not sure you can export the objects in only one picture.

jumiprado
New Contributor III

Re: Export multiple objects to a single powerpoint slide

hey guys! how are you.

I want to create a powerpoint from some differents qlikview objects. I could creat the macro wich create the ppt and paste the objects but i have the following questions:

How can i create the ppt with a specific name?

How can i put one object per slide ?

How can i put two specific objects in a specific slide?

here i paste the macro. THANKS A LOT!!!

Sub ppt

'An array with the objects you want to export to powerpoint

Dim myArray(4)

myArray(0) = "CH09"

myArray(1) = "TX22"

myArray(2) = "TX23"

myArray(3) = "TX31"

'Create ppt object

Set objPPT = CreateObject("PowerPoint.Application")

objPPT.Visible = True

Set objPresentation = objPPT.Presentations.Add

'Apply a template if you want one

'objPresentation.ApplyTemplate _

'   ("C:\mytemplate.potx")

'For each object in the array create a new slide and paste it.

For each item in myArray

   '     Set MySheet = ActiveDocument.GetSheet(i)

        Set PPSlide = objPresentation.Slides.Add(1,11)

   '     ActiveDocument.ActiveSheet.CopyBitmapToClipboard

                       ActiveDocument.GetSheetObject("CH09").CopyBitmapToClipboard

                       ActiveDocument.GetSheetObject("TX22").CopyBitmapToClipboard

        with PPSlide.Shapes.Paste

      .Left = 90

.top = 50

.width=50

.height=90

end with

       

    ActiveDocument.GetSheetObject("TX31").CopyBitmapToClipboard  

  with PPSlide.Shapes.Paste

  .Left = 150

.top = 350

.width=20

.height=20

end with

                       ActiveDocument.GetSheetObject("TX23").CopyBitmapToClipboard

  with PPSlide.Shapes.Paste

.Left = 150

.top = 350

.width=50

.height=90

end with

Next

'Clean up

Set PPSlide = Nothing

Set PPPres = Nothing

Set PPApp = Nothing

End Sub 

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Re: Export multiple objects to a single powerpoint slide

Hi Juan,

It's been a while I haven't used macros but I will try to help you with what I remember.

1) To give a name to your ppt, you can save it at the end:

objPresentation.SaveAs "PathWhereYouwantToSaveYourPPT\YourPPTName.pptx"

2) To put one object per slide, I'd say you first have to select the slide and then paste the object you want to paste in. (and do it as many times as you have objects)

For example :

Set PPTSlide = objPresentation.Slide(1) selects (or create if none exists)  the first slide of your presentation.

3) Once you have selected the slide, you can paste your 2 objects.

Hope this helps

Have a good day

Laura

jumiprado
New Contributor III

Re: Export multiple objects to a single powerpoint slide

Laura, thanks. I have problems with 2) and 3) because i create an array with the differents objects i want to export. i have this code:

Dim myArray(3)

myArray(0) = "CH09"

myArray(1) = "TX23"

myArray(2) = "TX31"

---------------------------------------------------

For each item in myArray

   '     Set MySheet = ActiveDocument.GetSheet(i)

         Set PPSlide = objPresentation.Slides.Add(1,11)

   '     ActiveDocument.ActiveSheet.CopyBitmapToClipboard

         ActiveDocument.GetSheetObject("CH09").CopyBitmapToClipboard

with PPSlide.Shapes.Paste

end with

*****************

But I would like to select the objects and then paste that on the ppt.

Thanks!

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Re: Export multiple objects to a single powerpoint slide

Ok, are your QV objects on the same sheet ?

As far as I know, you cannot select all your objects first and then paste them because the command : PPSlide.Shapes.Paste only takes into account the last shape.

What about using a loop ?

Something like :

for i=1 to 3

Select object(i)

Select Slide(i)

Paste

end

Do you only have 3 objects to paste or is it just for the example?

jumiprado
New Contributor III

Re: Export multiple objects to a single powerpoint slide

for now, yes.

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Re: Export multiple objects to a single powerpoint slide

Is a loop possible for you ?

Do you need to paste 1 object per sheet ? Is there a way to calculate the numero of the sheet you want to apste each object on ?

jumiprado
New Contributor III

Re: Export multiple objects to a single powerpoint slide

Me parece que podemos hablar en español jaja, necesito pegar un objeto en un slide especifico y en algunos casos pegar 2 objetos en otros slides en particular, la idea es crear un powerpoint con los objectos actualizados de manera automática.

Pensaba utilizar una sentencia IF en donde dependiendo el ID de Objeto, lo pegue en una Slide 5, por ejemplo. El problema es que no se como armar el codigo para que lo realice.

Saludos y gracias!!

LauraS056

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Re: Export multiple objects to a single powerpoint slide

jaja, no soy española o sudamericana. Soy francesa. Entiendo un poco el español pero  el ingles es mas facil para mi

If there is no really relationship between the object and the numero of the slide, why don't you want to simply  write one block of code per object ?

Sth like :

'Object 1

Set PPSlide=objPresentation.Slides(1)  'select the slide

ActiveDocument.GetSheetObject(myArray(0)).CopyBitmapToClipboard  'Copy the object you want

PPSlide.Shapes.Paste 'Paste

Then you can configure the size and position..and  do it for each object.

I am not sure a loop will be more efficient if it has to go through all the powerpoint to check some conditions (IF) to paste the object or not and so on...

What do you think ?

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