Question about Microsoft Office 2003 Basic Edition English (s55-00066) for PC
I have a problem, I need create a macro in excel to get back to a powerpoint presentation that is alredy open and running.
Thanks since now and I m realy gonna apreciate your answer.
Note: All steps are given for Microsoft Office 2003. You will need to adjust them for office 2007.
The easiest way to do this would be to go to the "insert" menu then click "Hyperlink" at the bottom of the menu. A dialog bax should appear navigate to the powerpoint file you want to open and/or return to then click "OK" now when you put your cursor over the cell this link is in it should turn to a hand if you click it will take you to the presentation.
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If you want a more professional way. Go to the "view" menu and expand the submenu "toolbars" at the bottom of this menu click "customize". A window will appear. while this is open if you click on buttons in the toolbars it will only select them, not run the command. Click the "toolbars" tab in the customize window. Now click "new" in the right hand column. A box will appear for you to type any name you like (it may not contain spaces). type the name then click "OK". A new empty toolbar should appear somewhere on the screen you can mave this by clicking the title bar at the top of it and dragging it. You can even move it to the top of the screen with the other tool bars. Now click the "Commands" tab in the custom toolbars window. Scroll down the list in the left hand column until you came to an item named "macros" click it and in the column on the right hand side should be a button called "custom button" that has a smily face beside it. click and drag and drop this in the new empty toolbar you just created. Now right click on the new button you have just drop and in the pop up menu go to the bottom and expand "assign hyperlink" in the submenu that appears click open. A new dialog bax will appear. Navigate to the presentation you want to open then click "OK". Now click close on the other "Customize" dialog box that is open and presto if you click the custom button you just made it should open your presentation.
Thanks for your patience. Sorry the explanation got so long.
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The default Excel
file format. Cannot store VBA macro code or Microsoft Excel 4.0 macro sheets
(.xlm files in Excel 4.0).
Uses the same basic
XML format as the Excel Workbook, but can store VBA macro code. Users saving
an Excel workbook that has VBA code or Excel 4.0 macro sheets (.xlm files in
Excel 4.0) are prompted to use this file format.
The default file
format for an Excel template. Cannot store VBA macro code or Excel 4.0 macro
sheets (.xlm files in Excel 4.0).
Can contain a
VBAProject part or Excel 4.0 macro sheets (.xlm files in Excel 4.0).
Workbooks created from this template inherit the VBAProject part or Excel 4.0
macro sheets that exist in the template.
program that runs additional code. Excel add-ins use the Open XML file format
to store data, and they support using VBA projects and Excel 4.0 macro
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