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Set up an OLE object to run during a presentation
Article Use this procedure after you insert an Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) object , such as a Microsoft Office file , in your presentation by clicking the I...
PowerPoint 2010
Reuse (import) slides from another presentation
Article To import slides from another presentation, click the Home tab. In the Slides group, click the arrow below New Slide, and then select Reuse Slides.
PowerPoint 2013, PowerPoint 2010
Import data from Excel into PowerPoint
Article You can link data from a saved Excel spreadsheet or copy cells from an Excel spreadsheet into your PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoint 2010
Import content from other applications
Article Learn how to import content from Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, and other files into your presentation.
PowerPoint 2010
Run a macro
Article Show All Hide All If you created a macro (macro: An action or a set of actions that you can use to automate tasks. Macros are recorded in the Visual Basic for A...
PowerPoint 2010
Run a macro created in an older version of PowerPoint
Article If you created a macro to automate a task in PowerPoint 2003 or earlier, and you want to continue to run the macro in your current version of PowerPoint 2013, r...
PowerPoint 2013
Insert an Excel worksheet in PowerPoint
Article You can link data from an Excel spreadsheet to your presentation. If the data on the spreadsheet changes, you can update it in your presentation with just a few...
PowerPoint 2013
Set an embedded object to run during a presentation
Article You can embed an Office file, image, package or other object into your presentation. You can run the object by clicking it, or by moving the mouse pointer over ...
PowerPoint 2013
Copy and reuse slides from another presentation file
Article Copy slides from another presentation and reuse them in your presentation.
PowerPoint 2013
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