PPT.ApplyTemplate: Applies a Template Design to current PowerPoint presentation

Description Usage Arguments Value Warning Author(s) References See Also Examples

Description

Applies a Template Design to current PowerPoint presentation.

Usage

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Arguments

ppt

Required list of COM objects as initialised by PPT.Init. See example.

file

Required filename giving the full file path of PowerPoint Template file. See example.

Value

ppt

Invisibly returns a list of COM objects.

Warning

You must save the returned list of COM objects initialised with PPT.Init to an R object. See the example.

Author(s)

Wayne Jones wayne_betws@hotmail.com

References

See http://sunsite.univie.ac.at/rcom for more details on rcom and http://www.omegahat.org/RDCOMClient/ for more details on RDCOMClient.

See Also

PPT.Init,PPT.Present,PPT.SaveAs,PPT.Close,PPT.AddTitleSlide,PPT.AddTextSlide,
PPT.AddTitleOnlySlide,PPT.Present,PPT.ApplyTemplate,PPT.AddGraphicstoSlide

Examples

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## Not run: 
myPres<-PPT.Init() # or myPres<-PPT.Init(method="RDCOMClient")
myPres<-PPT.AddTitleSlide(myPres,title="Title Slide",subtitle="Subtitle here")
myPres<-PPT.AddTitleOnlySlide(myPres,title="Title Only",title.fontsize=40,title.font="Arial")
myPres<-PPT.AddTextSlide(myPres,title="Text Slide",text="Text1 \rText2 \rText3",text.font="Arial")

#### Must specify full file path to PowerPoint template file. For PowerPoint 2000 & 2003 should be something like:
myPres<-PPT.ApplyTemplate(myPres,file="C:/Program Files/Microsoft Office/Templates/Presentation Designs/Carnation.pot")
### For PowerPoint 2007 should be something like:
myPres<-PPT.ApplyTemplate(myPres,file="C:/Program Files/Microsoft Office/Templates/1033/ClassicPhotoAlbum.potx")

## End(Not run) 

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