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PowerPoint Search and Replace is a freeware ‘find and replace’ macro for Microsoft PowerPoint. If you tried our counterpart freeware macros MS Word (Word SR) and MS Excel (Excel SR) then you can probably guess that the PowerPoint SR macro works in a similar manner but on PowerPoint files only. PowerPoint Search and Replace macro uses PowerPoint’s find and replace functions.This macro can do more than one file by specifying a ‘wild card’ in the dialog’s ‘File Mask (with path)’ field.
Important Notes:
PowerPoint Search and Replace was developed on Office 2000. It may not work with the Office 97 or Office 95 versions of PowerPoint.
The ‘PwrPtSR.ppt’ is set up to automatically launch the macro when opened but this may not happen on your system. The file has some instructions to launch manually.
PowerPoint Search and Replace requires that you have macro functioning turned on. You may need to enable Excel macros in your Options settings if macros were disabled as an anti-virus measure.
Scan ‘PwrPtSR.ppt’ with your anti-virus scanner before you open the file for the first time.
The macro requires that you have the full version of PowerPoint installed. You can save the file as a PowerPoint slide show but it will not work if your machine has only the PowerPoint show viewer installed.
PowerPoint Search and Replace can only process files understood by your PowerPoint installation.
Back up your files first. Do NOT rely on the PowerPoint ‘undo’ function. The macro writes a file named ‘PwrPtSR_Results.txt’ in the same path that the operation is performed in. This file summarizes the search results or changes made. However, there is no built-in backup functionality.
■ To use this macro you must enable PowerPoint Macros. Some users will have macro functioning disabled, or at a high security setting, due to anti-virus measures. Consult your Microsoft Office manual for instructions on how to change Macro permissions.
■ If you have macro functioning enabled but still do not see a ‘Search and Replace in PowerPoint Documents’ dialog when you run the macro then it probably will not work for you. Your Office 2000 installation may not include the necessary VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) modules.







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PowerPoint Search and Replace (PwrPtSR.ppt) is a ‘find and replace’ macro for Microsoft PowerPoint. It allows you to do a full-text search and replace in files and folders which contain PowerPoint presentations. If you have macro functioning enabled but the ‘Search and Replace in PowerPoint Documents’ dialogue does not appear then you do not have the VBA modules that control PowerPoint’s find and replace functions. This macro is set up to automatically launch the macro when opened but may not launch on your system or if your Office 2000 installation does not allow macros to be turned on. The settings are stored on a folder by folder basis. The macros has a command line option ‘–path ‘. You should be able to modify the path information to suit your specific setup. The path is set up to automatically launch the macro when opened and it is set up to open the file named ‘PwrPtSR.ppt’ which is the main macro file. For further information about this macro, see the Help file that is within the macro ZIP file.
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POWERPOINT SR: Special Features
The POWERPOINT SR: Special Features list includes some of the special features that can be included with this macro.
Edit the path or file names
You can specify a folder path which the macro will search. The path can be stored on a single line in a text file. You can also specify the path for multiple folders. You will then be prompted for each folder path and only the folder path will be removed from each path string.
When the macro is opened, the folder paths will appear as two sets of folders and the dates can be removed from the folder names in the folders.
A new feature is the ability to remove any characters and spaces from the file names. If any ‘wildcard characters’ like: ~ *? [ ]. / are encountered within the file name they are to be removed and the file name is built from the remaining characters.
Use ‘find and replace’ to correct missing file names
You can specify missing file name characters and ‘find and replace’ to correct the file name when the characters are not found in the file name. The ‘find and replace’ function uses the unique identifiers in each file name to create a new file name. As soon as a file with a changed file name is saved, the new file name is inserted in the folder. You can use the ‘find and replace’ function

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PowerPoint Search and Replace is a macro that uses all the powerful and simple features of Microsoft PowerPoint version 2000 or later. The macro allows you to select a text string in a PowerPoint slide, select other text strings in another PowerPoint slide, press a keyboard shortcut to complete the process (e.g. Ctrl+F to perform a ‘quick search’) and press the’replace’ button to automatically replace the selected text string with the replacement text string. The macro then saves the PowerPoint slide to a file with a new name. This is done by the macro because each process is time-consuming and it is sometimes desirable to later recall, or add, one or more previous PowerPoint slides with the corresponding text strings.
The macro can search either the active PowerPoint slide or any named PowerPoint slide on your computer. To help you identify the slides name you can have the macro display the slide’s caption as the slide’s name. When you click on the slide’s name the macro will automatically find the slide. If your computer has more than one PowerPoint installation then the macro will find all slides by using the current installation’s slide directory. Also, if you enable the macro to search inside slides then it will search both the active slide and all the named slides.
PowerPoint Search and Replace will look for the search text string in the slide’s text and text frame. By default, it will search for the ‘Find what’ text string in the slide’s active text frame but you can change this to change the search range. The macro will perform the search in all the text in the slide or frames and highlights the text by changing it to its highlighter color. Once you have found the search text string, you can edit or delete it or replace it with the replacement text string. When you are finished editing the search, or replacement, results the macro will prompt you to save the slide with a new name. The macro will search for the replacement text string in the same frame or slide as the search text string and replace it with the search string. If the macro encounters any text before the end of the frame or slide it will stop searching and exit the routine. This may cause the macro to fail to replace the text found if the search and replacement strings are not together.
The macro will automatically locate the replacement text string and replace the search string with the replacement string. It will only replace the search string if it finds the replacement string in the same text frame or slide. If the macro encounters text from a different frame or slide it will stop searching

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If you are a not a macro wizard and do not understand the instructions in the menu help or if you need a hand with the settings for the dialog box then just follow the instructions in the menu help.
To begin you must have PowerPoint open. Place a blank slide show in the default folder. The macro will search that folder for PowerPoint files. If the file is found then the macro will search that file and find the specified text. The macro will replace that text with another specified text.
You can have multiple files listed as a ‘find’ and then multiple files listed as a’replace’. Each file will have its own search and replace operation performed in that file and then the macro will move on to the next file and repeat the process.
To run the macro either double click on the Powerpoint Search and Replace icon in the folder or, from the File menu in the find and replace dialog click the Run Macro icon as shown below.
You can also create a shortcut for the macro which will automatically launch the macro when you double-click on it but you can select if the shortcut will open the macro in the presence of a PowerPoint file or just open the file in the default folder for PowerPoint presentations.
Here is a sample dialog box from PowerPoint SR macro.Note that you must have PowerPoint open in order to use the macro. It may not work if you have PowerPoint with the show viewer activated but the macro will still operate if you do not have the file open. A slide show must be open as well.
If you have PowerPoint macro’s turned off or disabled then you can set up a new one and enter the required instructions in the dialog. If you have a macro disabled then the macro will not activate when you open the file. If you wish to re-enable the macro just go to the File menu and select the Run Macro icon. This action will launch the macro without activating it.
To create a new macro just select the Run Macro icon, then select the Display dialog. Select the Macro icon, click the New Macro button and then press the OK button to create a new macro.
When creating a new macro you need to specify what action you wish to perform. You need to select either the Find and Replace Function or the Remove Text from PowerPoint Function. For more help on creating new macros read ‘PowerPoint Macro Creation’ in the menu help or for more help on ‘Creating a Macro’ read ‘MS Office Macro Help’.
In the Find and Replace dialog you can specify the path in which

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PowerPoint Search and Replace is a free macro that combines the power of the powerful macro functions in the Office 97-2003 word processing programs with the powerful find and replace tool functions in the Office 97-2003 spreadsheet programs.
This macro will look for keywords and replace them in any file being viewed in PowerPoint and any file being viewed in Excel. It can search and replace across multiple PowerPoint and Excel files. The macro will start with a file mask specifying the location of the file.
The macro is set up to automatically launch when a PowerPoint slide show is opened. This is intended to reduce the chance of launching the macro by mistake when any Office file is opened by accident, which is often when the operator first uses the macro. However, you may be required to set up PowerPoint to launch the macro manually, which can be done at any time in the Options settings for PowerPoint.
File Mask (with path)
– Use the semi-colon to separate path from file mask
File Mask
– Any file with a ‘.’ as the first character in the path is ignored
The file mask field is case sensitive.
File Type
– ‘*.pptx’ OR ‘*.ppt’
Search Type
– Any single word to search
Replace Type
– Any single word to replace
Keywords to search for
– Only letters and numbers or word abbreviations are searched
Keywords to replace
– Only letters and numbers or word abbreviations are replaced
– The macro will pause after it makes changes and give you a chance to stop
The &Wait. statement is used to make changes without having to pause and wait for the macro to complete. This must be done manually.
After any replacement is done, a file will be saved and opened to view the result. If there was no change made in the original file, the file will be saved and then closed.
– A PowerPoint slide show
Just make sure you have the full version of PowerPoint installed on your computer.
The ‘PwrPtSR.ppt’ is set up to automatically launch the macro when opened but this may not happen on your system. The file has some instructions to launch manually.
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System Requirements:

• Windows 7 or newer, Mac OS X 10.9 or newer, or Linux
• Graphic cards that support OpenGL 2.0 and Direct 3D 9
• Intel Core 2 Duo CPU, 3.0 GHz or faster
• 1GHz GPU recommended, but not required
• Internet connection
• At least a 2GB disc space available
Additional recommended specifications:
• Intel HD graphics 2000 or above
• NVIDIA graphics card with 2GB RAM, CUDA, and OpenGL


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