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In PowerPoint reports it’s possible to add Pages that cycle in multiple slides. In the new "Slides" property, you can specify a range of slides affected by the “Page” by using: <First Slide Number>-<Last Slide Number>.For instance, if you specify “1-3” in the “Slides” property of a “Page” where you have added the “Year” field, you will get three slides for each value of the Year field. The number of the first slide must be less than the number of the last slide and slide intervals cannot intersect. If you add two pages in the presentation, the two intervals can not intersect, for example 1-3 and 2-4 is not allowed.
Drag Your Page and Your Images into the Template
After you have added a QlikView object as a table and three images:
Add two new slides
Add the Year field as a Page
Drag the Year node token into the template and drop it on an empty space
Enter the page range you want to cycle in the Slides field (e.g. 1-3). Specifying this, the result will be: 1,2,3 (First year) 1,2,3 (Second year), etc.. Remember that you can not intersect two intervals.
Click on the Preview button
NPrinting generates groups of three slides for each year.