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Understanding Macros

After you've created several PowerPoint presentations, you might find some tasks to be repetitive. Or if you work in an office, you might find that there's little consistency in how presentations are formatted, even within a small workgroup.

Fortunately, there's a way to automate tedious and common tasks. Macros are programs that execute a series of functions in PowerPoint to achieve a particular goal. Macros are simple to create and easy to run. You can easily create a macro by recording a series of tasks that you would otherwise perform yourself. You can record any number of steps in a task, from applying a format to running a slideshow, and choose from a variety of ways to run the macro in the future.


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