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How do I get filename of PPTx from an ActiveX control?

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I have created an ActiveX control(C++) witch i use in PowerPoint presentations.

How can I find the filepath for the presentation from the ActiveX?

What I want is a function in the control: whatPresentationIsMyOwner()


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