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  1. OBP
    04-Nov-2009 02:08 PM
    OBP
    Red, I am not sure as I have been a bit busy today. I will take a look tomorrow and get back to you. It is 7.10pm here in the UK and my wife doesn't like me working on the computer in the evenings.
  2. Zack Barresse
    03-Nov-2009 09:13 PM
    Zack Barresse
    Hey Red,

    I don't know off the top of my head really. I'd look at a way to reference the object itself. I don't know if you have other objects on your slides or not. Is there not a Shapes() collection? I'm thinking maybe you could take a look at that and reference it that way (as an object). To look at the object model, while in the VBIDE just press F2 (it's common across all MS Office apps).

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    Flash Guru - VBA.... still learning
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    XP and vista, and Mac

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