Right Footer = "" End If Next ws End Sub Private Sub Workbook_Before Print(Cancel As Boolean) For Each ws In Worksheets ws.
Paste 'Save Images as png path = "C:\Users\xyz\Desktop\" For j = 1 To ppt Slide.
Quit Set ppt Slide = Nothing Set ppt Pres = Nothing Set ppt App = Nothing End Sub Sub Export Chart() Application. Zoom = 275 Dim path1 As String path1 = "C:\path\path\path\image.png" Active Sheet.
Save As str New Pres Path ' Range("PPTFile").value = str New Pres Path Screen Updating = True o PPTPres.
Close 'Closes presentation but not Powerpoint o PPTPres. Quit 'No noticeable effect The active presentation will close, but Powerpoint itself stays open (with no file window open). Dim o PPTPres As Object ' Late binding: This is a Power Point.
However, because I cannot be sure that the user will have the Powerpoint Object Library installed, I cannot use the Dim PPTApp as Powerpoint. Shapebut we cannot assume that the Microsoft Power Point 11 library will be loaded in the workbook that this module has been copied to.
Presentation but we cannot assume that the Microsoft Power Point 11 library will be loaded in the workbook that this module has been copied to.
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I adapted and tested this simple bruteforce method on relatively permissions-limited settings on my machine from Excel, and it killed the Powerpoint application immediately: I believe all the other posters are at least partially correct. The only caveat will be if you have yor powerpoint VBA code being called directly from a the user form or an object that is directly referenced by the user form.