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Dim oPPT As Object Dim spath Dim opptdoc Set oPPT = CreateObject("PowerPoint.Application") spath = App.Path & "\test.pptx" sOutput = App.Path & "\slides\" Set opptdoc = oPPT.Presentations.Open(spath, , , False) With opptdoc .SaveCopyAs App.Path & "\New Format Copy.ppt" '<=== this does not convert it to 2003 format .SaveAs "Old Format Copy", ppSaveAsPowerPoint2 <=== I get an enumaration error End With opptdoc.Close Set opptdoc = Nothing oPPT.Quit End
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