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I am writing a VB macro i Powerpoint.  I simply want to perform a find and replace for a string of text.  HOw can i do this?

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If this is just something you need to do in code, then you can use the Replace function.

strText = Replace(strText as string, strToFind, strToReplaceWith)
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i might have phrased my question wrong...its not a "string" of text..i need a macro which finds one word which appears frequently in the presntation, and replace it with different word.  
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