MS ACCESS SQL QUERY - Export Access Query Results to PowerPoint

Posted on 2010-01-06
Last Modified: 2013-11-27

I have to update a lot of information every week.

I have an OLE Excel Table Linked to Power Point Slides, which at least updates the Slide Content Upon opening the Power Point Slides.

I have made an Access database, that keeps better information management of my information, but, it does not offer an OLE Extension To Power Point, as Excel does.

Has any one tried to get Access to output information directly to a Power Point Doc?

Any suggestions are appreciated.

Question by:jfer0x01
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    I'd start here:

    Using Excel and Access data in PowerPoint Tables (by Brian Reilly and Naresh Nichani)

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