I've written vba code to reduce the width of all images in a deck by 25%. But they default to reducing these images by the right side. How can I incorporate into my code that the images scale back 25% from their center and not the right side. I know there is a vba term ScaleFromMiddle but don't know how to incorporate it into my code.
Dim Sl As Slide
Dim Sh As Shape
For Each Sl In ActivePresentation.Slides
For Each Sh In Sl.Shapes
Sh.LockAspectRatio = False
Dim oshp As Shape
Dim osld As Slide
Dim dblscaleamount As Double
dblscaleamount = 0.75
For Each osld In ActivePresentation.Slides
For Each oshp In osld.Shapes
If oshp.Type = msoPicture Or _
oshp.Type = msoChart Or _
oshp.Type = msoTable Or _
oshp.Type = msoAutoShape Or _
oshp.Type = msoGroup Then
oshp.width = oshp.width * dblscaleamount
oshp.Height = oshp.Height
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