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Hence, I am unable to use this paste special option. My source i.e excel file is located in my desktop folder.

I think the solution lies in writing a vba in powerpoint. If you need to edit the charts then clearly you will either need to edit the underlying Excel files, or be able to edit in Power Point As you are using Power Point2007 which provides full Excel support (unlike Power Point 2003 which has a datasheet) I would Part 1 This gives you a flexible solution, except that Excel underlying each chart cannot be updated automatically via a Power Point menu Update Links command.

Rather than link to the file that the Power Point file is inserted into, it keeps hold of the full filepath in the linked graphs and continues to point to the original file where the linking took place.

They definitely seemed to have got it working last year but they were using Excel 2003.

Can any expert here offer to write this vba code to allow all the charts to be updated in powerpoint? Part 2 You can use the code below to test each whether each shape on each slide has a chart.

If so this code will update the first Excel link in the Excel file underneath the chart (this part can be tweaked to handle multiple links) Sub Change Chart Data() Dim ppt Chart As Chart Dim ppt Chart Data As Chart Data Dim ppt Workbook As Object Dim sld As Slide Dim shp As Shape For Each sld In Active Presentation.

1 - It is best to put the charts on their own chart sheet.

Better if you create custom size chart pages in Excel so you don't have to resize the devils in PPT. worksheets is that the size information seems to be somehow embedded in the upper left hand corner of the chart.

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