Restore default slide master layouts in PowerPoint with VBA

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Backing up a bit, any and every presentation you create is based on a template, often deployed as a potx file, and each template contains all the slide masters and layouts used to keep your visual content on-brand. When it fails, PowerPoint has no choice but to create a new layout or even worse in some cases, a new master with many layouts in your presentation file. Slide Layout Type* (hidden data in the PowerPoint file).

Restore default slide master layouts in PowerPoint with VBA

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Backing up a bit, any and every presentation you create is based on a template, often deployed as a potx file, and each template contains all the slide masters and layouts used to keep your visual content on-brand. When it fails, PowerPoint has no choice but to create a new layout or even worse in some cases, a new master with many layouts in your presentation file. Slide Layout Type* (hidden data in the PowerPoint file).

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Rapid Authoring Tips to Tackle Legacy Flash eLearning Content

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You can download a free summary PDF of this flow chart, with additional information about each of the five options to keep for reference after you’ve read the tips below. Here’s how: Open a blank PowerPoint file. e.g. are references and figures up to date?

How to Capture Screen Images in Under a Minute

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A screenshot, sometimes referred to as a screencap or screengrab, is an image that shows the contents of a computer display. Screenshots let you capture exactly what you’re seeing on your screen to share with others or reference later. Instead of telling them, you can quickly send them a screenshot that they can reference again and again without having to repeatedly ask you. A screenshot only refers to a static image. What is a Screenshot?