PPT.Present: Run the PowerPoint presentation slideshow

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

Description

Runs the specified PowerPoint presentation as a full screen slideshow.

Usage

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Arguments

ppt

Required list of COM objects as initialised by PPT.Init. 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.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(visible=FALSE)
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")
myPres<-PPT.SaveAs(myPres,file=paste(getwd(),"test R2PPT Pres.ppt",sep="/"))
myPres<-PPT.Present(myPres)

## End(Not run) 

R2PPT documentation built on May 2, 2019, 3:41 p.m.

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