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integrate powerpoint & salesforce.com

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I would like a powerpoint presentation that I have create to be updated with the latest and greatest salesforce.com information.

Can this be done?
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In theory, yes, but it won't be easy, because there's no readily available toolkit to use.  You can use VBA to call Salesforce.com Web Service API to update content in your PowerPoint.

Integrating SFDC data into Word and Excel are much easier since there's Connect for Office from SFDC - basically they're add-ons that communicate with salesforce.com - so pulling real time data is quite straightforward.
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Thanks for the info - good to know.

I think I am going to go with Conga...

http://home.appextremes.com/

looks pretty good
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It's the solution I am most likely going with
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