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Coloured slide bar in ppt

Posted on 2013-05-22
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Dear experts,

 Required point of arrival:

Percentage horizontal bar should be represented on a slide. The current percentage is represented by a dark circle. The colour before the circle and after the circle would be different.

On a single slide there are several percentage horizontal bars, each representing separate progresses.

The percentage will be arrived using values in speadsheet. (if there is any other alternative to capture percentage in ppt, I am happy to follow the alternative method).

Thank you
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see if this link helps you:

http://www.presentation-process.com/buttons-in-powerpoint.html#axzz2U1DQdpFo

also, many thanks for spelling "coloured" correctly, much appreciated.
good luck solving your problem.
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