Can I Save a Power Point presentation I created using VBA in Excel

Can I Save a Power Point presentation I created using VBA in Excel.?

I created a big power point presentation using Excel/VBA. Now I would like to prompt the user to save the presentation, and I cant figure it out.

Thanks for any help

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Hello rwoodlief,

you could use something like
it was written for excel but the methods are the same, youcan replace the excel.saveas by presentation.saveas

Dim objPPT As Presentation

  Set objPPT = ActivePresentation


hope this helps a bit

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funny seem to have missed that prompt user

delete and refund
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