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Powerpoint Save Every Slide as JPG

Posted on 2011-02-28
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I know I can use save as to save every slide as a jpg, but how do I set the eexact size of each image?

I would like larger than the default size.
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Question by:hgj1357
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Paul Sauvé earned 250 total points
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Hi H,

If you are using Office 2007 or 2010, select the design tab and change the page setup. Select a page size that gives you the file size you require.

caveat: each page size has a default jpg file size.
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You might want to do this with code (don't go mad with large sizes there are bugs)

Can't use code go here
Sub slides_out()
Dim lngW As Long
Dim lngH As Long
Dim osld As Slide
lngW = InputBox("Enter Width (pixels)?")
lngH = InputBox("Enter Height (pixels)?")
On Error Resume Next
MkDir Environ("USERPROFILE") & "\Desktop\MyPics\"
For Each osld In ActivePresentation.Slides
osld.Export Environ("USERPROFILE") & "\Desktop\MyPics\" & "Slide" & CStr(osld.SlideIndex) & ".jpg" _
, "JPG", lngW, lngH
Next osld
End Sub

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