PowerPoint Cool Stuff: Access in PowerPoint

Created: Monday, February 16, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 10:45 am



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First of all, this is not a tutorial — rather it is a walkthrough that shows proof of concept of integrating a Microsoft Access database within a PowerPoint slide. What’s more — the sample presentation that has been provided let’s you use any Access database as the source for your presentation slides!

You can download the sample presentation and database files. You will need to have both Microsoft Access and PowerPoint installed on the same system for this to work — also it works best if versions of both the products are identical, as in PowerPoint 2003 and Access 2003 — or PowerPoint 2007 and Access 2007.

Learn more with Naresh Nichani…

Categories: access, microsoft_office, powerpoint, programming, vba


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