Excel graphs to Powerpoint (VBA)

Dear All,
I am very Need in your help!!!

Could you please help me with my Problem?
I have a Graphs in Excel,and i would like to create a buttom and automatically Transfer fist 3 Graphs (list 1,2,3) to one power Point presentation,and another (maybe by using the same buttom or another,its does not matter) 3 Graphs (list 4,5,6) to another Power Point Presentation.

Could you please help me to solve this..

i am really appreciate your help!!!!!!!!
Thank you so much in advance!
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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
With more recent versions of PowerPoint, the data behind a graph in PowerPoint is held in an excel file.

Therefore, you can recreate the graph in PowerPoint by using Excel data. That way when the data changes in Excel, the graph will update in PowerPoint when the link is updated.
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