Send to Microsoft PowerPoint

  Fermat's Theorem 17:02 24 Sep 2008
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I have just realised that a very useful feature of Word 2003 seems to have been dropped from Word 2007.

In Word 2003 I could type a series of headings on respective lines, and then choose File/Send To/Microsoft PowerPoint which then opened up PowerPoint with a series of slides with my headings already entered as Titles on the slides.

This feature seems to have disappeared in Word 2007, or is it that I just can't find it? I have looked under Word Options, etc.

I presume I can add PowerPoint to my Send To list, but this nifty little feature was there by default in 2003 (and maybe earlier versions).

Any thoughts on this will be appreciated :-)

  Sea Urchin 17:12 24 Sep 2008

Looks like it cannot be done in 2007

click here

  Sea Urchin 17:15 24 Sep 2008

But.....some possible solutions

click here

  Sea Urchin 17:20 24 Sep 2008

same thing maybe explained better

click here

  Fermat's Theorem 17:45 24 Sep 2008

Thank you. I knew it had to be somewhere, and I found it, thanks to your link. I added it to the Quick Access Toolbar as per the following (gleaned from your link):
In Word 2007, right click on the ribbon.
Select Customize Quick Access Toolbar.
Under "Choose commands from:", select Commands not in the ribbon.
Look for "Send to Microsoft Office PowerPoint".
Click Ok.
The command will then be added onto the Quick Access Toolbar (QAT).

I will mark this as resolved. Many thanks. :-)

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