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  1. I have started to rewrite the PowerPoint UDF similar to the Word, Excel and Outlook UDF. The new UDF will not be compatible with the existing one. I will add examples, documentation, a section in the wiki etc. So far the following functions have been coded - more are on the ToDo list. _PPT_Open: Open a connection to a running instance of PowerPoint or start a new one _PPT_Close: Close a PowerPoint instance _PPT_CommentAdd: Add a Comment anywhere on a Slide or connected to a Shape (version 2021-08-31) _PPT_CommentDelete: Delete a single Comment from a Slide or all Comments from a SlideRange (version 2021-08-31) _PPT_CommentList: Get a list of all Comments in a Presentation (version 2021-08-31) _PPT_ConvertUnits: Convert units (like centimeters) to other units (like points) (version 2021-08-17) _PPT_HeaderFooterList: Returns a list of Headers and Footers for a Presentation (version 2021-07-25, removed with version 2021-08-25) _PPT_HeaderFooterSet: Sets the Header/Footer for a Slide/Slides or the Slide-/Notes-/Handout-/Title-Master of the Presentation (version 2021-08-09) _PPT_PresentationAttach: Attach to an already opened Presentation _PPT_PresentationClose: Close a Presentation _PPT_PresentationExport: Export one/multiple/all Slides as PDF or XPS. _PPT_PresentationExportGraphic: Export one/multiple/all Slides in a graphic format. _PPT_PresentationList: Returns a list of currently open Presentations (version 2021-07-20) _PPT_PresentationNew: Create a new Presentation _PPT_PresentationOpen: Open an existing Presentation _PPT_Print: Print one/multiple/all Slides of a Presentation (version 2021-07-20) _PPT_PresentationSave: Save a Presentation _PPT_PresentationSaveAs: Save a Presentation to another location or with another type _PPT_ShapeAdd: Add a Shape to a single or multiple Slides (version 2021-07-25) _PPT_ShapeAlignDistribute: Aligns and distributes the Shapes in the specified ShapeRange (version - to be released) _PPT_ShapeCopyMove: Copy/move a Shape(s) of a single Slide to a Slide(s) in the same or a different Presentation (version 2021-07-25) _PPT_ShapeDelete: Delete a Shape or Shapes from a single or multiple Slides (version 2021-07-25) _PPT_SlideAdd: Add slide(s) to a Presentation _PPT_SlideCopyMove: Copy, move, duplicate Slide(s) _PPT_SlideDelete: Delete Slide(s) _PPT_SlideShow: Show a Presentation _PPT_TableGet: Extract data from a PowerPoint Table Shape to an array (version 2021-08-17) _PPT_TableSet: Write data to a PowerPoint Table Shape (version 2021-08-17) _PPT_TextFindReplace: Find & replace text throughout entire PowerPoint presentation (version 2021-07-20) _PPT_TextSet: Sets/modifies the Text of a Shape or Shapes of a single or multiple Slides (version 2021-08-09 Which functions do you want me to add to the UDF? ToDo list: create slide (JLogan3o13) - Done: _PPT_SlideAdd Apply template to slide (JLogan3o13) - Done: _PPT_SlideAdd Apply theme to slide (JLogan3o13) Cut/Copy/Duplicate/Move/Delete slide(s) (JLogan3o13) - Done: _PPT_SlideCopyMove, _PPT_SlideDelete Export slides (JLogan3o13) - Done: _PPT_PresentationExport Cut/Copy/Duplicate/Move/Delete shape(s) (JLogan3o13): Done : _PPT_ShapeCopyMove, _PPT_ShapeDelete (version 2021-07-25) ApplyAnimation, Select, SetDefaultProperties, and zOrder for shape(s) (JLogan3o13) Searching and replacing text (pcjunki) - Done: _PPT_TextFindReplace (version 2021-07-20) Export slides in a graphic format (JPG, GIF, PNG ...) (UEZ) - Done: _PPT_PresentationExportGraphic The UDF can be downloaded from the download forum.
  2. Wondering if you can help a teacher out. For the last few years of remote, hybrid, and in-person teaching I've been using an AutoHotKey script that creates an inking toolbar to be used during a PowerPoint presentation. (https://www.autohotkey.com/boards/viewtopic.php?t=79163) The annotation tools available through Ppt are woefully inadequate, and, on my machine at least, jump around all over the place - sometimes on the bottom, sometimes on the left, sometimes on the right. It's a scavenger hunt every single time. The inking tool is always available, and recent updates allowed for the addition of lots more colors, which I used for modeling phenomena with students. One tragic day I arrived to school to find that my district IT dep't took away access to AutoHotKey. No more tool bar. I've been trying to resurrect some programming skills from a past life. I'm working through various tutorials and help files, with the goal of recreating the toolbar in AutoIt. I'm really needing some help to move things along though. I've been going through your PowerPoint UDF and all of your functions seem to just relate to editing the slides. Can you point me in the direction of how to create a toolbar that accesses the annotation tools that are available during the slideshow itself?
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    Extensive library to control and manipulate Microsoft PowerPoint. Threads: Help & Support, Wiki BTW: If you like this UDF please click the "I like this" button. This tells me where to next put my development effort
  4. Hi all. I am trying to do 2 things but i cannot seem to get any traction on how to read/implement this idea. Premise: PowerPoint file in C\temp\presentation.pptx that contains on the first slide 2 entries as "<one>" and "<two>" which need to be replaced with "user1" and "user2", then a silent Outlook send mail containing the file with a predefined body and subject. I narrowed it down to COM objects as the Office does not like intrusive open AutoIt functions. I installed OLE/COM Object Viewer to understand how to create the commands but i am still stuck. So far i am trying to user water's code but i suck COM object i was originally trying to modify Dim $oPPT, $oPres $oPPT = ObjCreate("PowerPoint.Application") $oPPT.Visible = True $oPres = $oPPT.Presentations.Read Water's code below (0.1% modified) #include <File.au3> #include "PowerPoint.au3" #include <misc.au3> Global $sFile = "C:\temp\presentation.pptx" Global $sString2Search = "<username>", $sString2Replace = "Password", $iReplaceOnce = 1, $sFullLogFile = "C:\temp\pptxlog.txt" _ProcessPpt($sFile) Func _ProcessPpt($sFile) $oApp = _PPT_PowerPointApp() Local $bChange = False Local $oInterface = $oApp.Presentations Local $oPresentation = $oInterface.Open($sFile, False, False, False) If @error Then _FileWriteLog($sFullLogFile, "E Error " & @error & " opening File " & $sFile) Return SetError(1, 0, 0) EndIf ;it does not even open my file and from here not sure how to read the text and replace it EndFunc ;==>_ProcessPpt
  5. Hi, I'm getting this error while trying to initialize a com event handler for Office PowerPoint events. The PowerPoint file is displayed correctly, but no events are captured as the ObjEvent() fails : err.number is: -2147316576 err.windescription: Type mismatch. err.description is: err.source is: err.helpfile is: err.helpcontext is: 0 err.lastdllerror is: 0 err.scriptline is: 23 err.retcode is: 0 The sourcecode is: Local $oMyError = ObjEvent("AutoIt.Error","MyErrFunc") ; Initialize a COM error handler Func MyErrFunc($oError) ConsoleWrite("err.number is: " & @TAB & $oError.number & @CRLF & _ "err.windescription:" & @TAB & $oError.windescription & @CRLF & _ "err.description is: " & @TAB & $oError.description & @CRLF & _ "err.source is: " & @TAB & $oError.source & @CRLF & _ "err.helpfile is: " & @TAB & $oError.helpfile & @CRLF & _ "err.helpcontext is: " & @TAB & $oError.helpcontext & @CRLF & _ "err.lastdllerror is: " & @TAB & $oError.lastdllerror & @CRLF & _ "err.scriptline is: " & @TAB & $oError.scriptline & @CRLF & _ "err.retcode is: " & @TAB & $oError.retcode & @CRLF & @CRLF) EndFunc Local $AppPowerPoint = ObjCreate("PowerPoint.Application") If Not IsObj($AppPowerPoint) Then MsgBox(0, "Error", "$AppPowerPoint is not an Object.") Else MsgBox(0, "Error", "Successfully created Object $AppPowerPoint.") EndIf Local $pptEvt = ObjEvent($AppPowerPoint, "PowerPointEvent_") ; Initialize PowerPoint COM event handlers Local $OpenPresentation = $AppPowerPoint.Presentations.Open("C:\Users\DagHendrik\Desktop\test.ppt",True, False, False) $OpenPresentation.SlideShowSettings.ShowPresenterView = 0 $OpenPresentation.SlideShowSettings.ShowType = 1 Local $SlideShowWindow = $OpenPresentation.SlideShowSettings.Run() While True Sleep(10) WEnd Func PowerPointEvent_SlideShowNextSlide($obj) ConsoleWrite("GetCurrentSlide = " & ($SlideShowwindow.View.Slide.SlideIndex-1) & "<"& @LF) EndFunc Func PowerPointEvent_SlideShowOnNext($obj) ConsoleWrite("GetCurrentSlide = " & ($SlideShowwindow.View.Slide.SlideIndex-1) & "<"& @LF) EndFunc The script continues fine, but no event are fired as the line with Local $pptEvt = ObjEvent($AppPowerPoint, "PowerPointEvent_") ; Initialize PowerPoint COM event handlers fails. I'm using the latest autoit (v3.3.8.1, 32 bit) And I'm running Office PowerPoint 2013 32bit on a Windows 8 Pro 64 bit installation. Any idea why the ObjEvent() fails? (EDIT: changed to autoit code formatting)
  6. Hello all, I was very happy to found the ppt wrapper: But unfortunately it is not working for PPT VIEWER 2010 (free from Microsoft) http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=13 So I wrote this script to be able to run the ppt on a second screen automatically (It works with the normal PPT 2010 as well !): ENJOY! I got the _GetMonitors() on this forum as well (not shure where...) Cramaboule Global $__MonitorList[1][5], $MonL[5], $MonT[5] #region Detect Monitor $Monitor = _GetMonitors() If $Monitor[0][0] = 2 Then If ($Monitor[1][1] = 0) And ($Monitor[1][2] = 0) Then; According to Microsoft, the Main Monitor has the coordinates 0,0, ..., ... $MonL[2] = $Monitor[2][1] ; Monitor 1 Main - Monitor 2 Display $MonT[2] = $Monitor[2][2] $MonL[1] = $Monitor[1][1] $MonT[1] = $Monitor[1][2] $Mon = 1 Else $MonL[2] = $Monitor[1][1] ; Monitor 2 Main - Monitor 1 Display $MonT[2] = $Monitor[1][2] $MonL[1] = $Monitor[2][1] $MonT[1] = $Monitor[2][2] $Mon = 2 EndIf Else $Mon = 1 ; Only 1 Monitor EndIf #endregion Detect Monitor ShellExecute(@WorkingDir&'\sitemp3.ppt',"",Default,Default, @SW_MINIMIZE ) WinWaitActive("[CLASS:PPTFrameClass]" ) ControlSend("[CLASS:PPTFrameClass]", "", "[CLASSNN:paneClassDC1]", "{F5}") WinSetTrans ( "[CLASS:screenClass]", "", 0 ) WinWaitActive("[CLASS:screenClass]" ) ;full screen mode WinSetTrans ( "[CLASS:screenClass]", "", 0 ) WinMove("[CLASS:screenClass]" , "" , $MonL[2] , $MonT[2] , Default, Default, 1) WinSetTrans ( "[CLASS:screenClass]", "", 255 ) While WinExists ("[CLASS:screenClass]" ) Sleep ("100") WEnd WinClose ("[CLASS:PPTFrameClass]" ) ;================================================================================================== ; Function Name: _GetMonitors() ; Description:: Load monitor positions ; Parameter(s): n/a ; Return Value(s): 2D Array of Monitors ; [0][0] = Number of Monitors ; [i][0] = HMONITOR handle of this monitor. ; [i][1] = Left Position of Monitor ; [i][2] = Top Position of Monitor ; [i][3] = Right Position of Monitor ; [i][4] = Bottom Position of Monitor ; Note: [0][1..4] are set to Left,Top,Right,Bottom of entire screen ; hMonitor is returned in [i][0], but no longer used by these routines. ; Also sets $__MonitorList global variable (for other subs to use) ; Author(s): xrxca (autoit@forums.xrx.ca) ;================================================================================================== Func _GetMonitors() $__MonitorList[0][0] = 0 ; Added so that the global array is reset if this is called multiple times Local $handle = DllCallbackRegister("_MonitorEnumProc", "int", "hwnd;hwnd;ptr;lparam") DllCall("user32.dll", "int", "EnumDisplayMonitors", "hwnd", 0, "ptr", 0, "ptr", DllCallbackGetPtr($handle), "lparam", 0) DllCallbackFree($handle) Local $i = 0 For $i = 1 To $__MonitorList[0][0] If $__MonitorList[$i][1] < $__MonitorList[0][1] Then $__MonitorList[0][1] = $__MonitorList[$i][1] If $__MonitorList[$i][2] < $__MonitorList[0][2] Then $__MonitorList[0][2] = $__MonitorList[$i][2] If $__MonitorList[$i][3] > $__MonitorList[0][3] Then $__MonitorList[0][3] = $__MonitorList[$i][3] If $__MonitorList[$i][4] > $__MonitorList[0][4] Then $__MonitorList[0][4] = $__MonitorList[$i][4] Next Return $__MonitorList EndFunc ;==>_GetMonitors ;================================================================================================== ; Function Name: _MonitorEnumProc($hMonitor, $hDC, $lRect, $lParam) ; Description:: Enum Callback Function for EnumDisplayMonitors in _GetMonitors ; Author(s): xrxca (autoit@forums.xrx.ca) ;================================================================================================== Func _MonitorEnumProc($hMonitor, $hDC, $lRect, $lParam) Local $Rect = DllStructCreate("int left;int top;int right;int bottom", $lRect) $__MonitorList[0][0] += 1 ReDim $__MonitorList[$__MonitorList[0][0] + 1][5] $__MonitorList[$__MonitorList[0][0]][0] = $hMonitor $__MonitorList[$__MonitorList[0][0]][1] = DllStructGetData($Rect, "left") $__MonitorList[$__MonitorList[0][0]][2] = DllStructGetData($Rect, "top") $__MonitorList[$__MonitorList[0][0]][3] = DllStructGetData($Rect, "right") $__MonitorList[$__MonitorList[0][0]][4] = DllStructGetData($Rect, "bottom") Return 1 ; Return 1 to continue enumeration EndFunc ;==>_MonitorEnumProc
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