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Dim picture As Bitmap
Dim ppSlide As PowerPoint.Slide = Nothing
Dim objShape As PowerPoint.Shape = Nothing
' Dim oldbitmap As Bitmap = Nothing
Dim Strname As String = String.Empty
Dim strTemplateFile As String = String.Empty
Dim dtnew As New DataTable
Dim NumberOFPictures, Slidenumber As Integer
Dim TempStr = System.IO.Path.GetDirectoryName(
TempStr = (New Uri(TempStr).LocalPath)
Dim pathToSavedImage As String = TempStr & "\TempPhoto\TempPhoto.png"
Dim strImg As String = String.Empty
strImg = TempStr & "\TempPhoto\TempPhoto.png"
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Dim pictureData As Byte() = dtnew.Rows(i).Item(3)
'Create a stream in memory containing the bytes that comprise the image.
Using stream As New IO.MemoryStream(pictureData)
'Read the stream and create an Image object from the data.
picture = Bitmap.FromStream(stream)
If IsNothing(picture) = False Then Exit Do
Catch ex As Exception
If IsNothing(picture) = False Then
i am already converting it to .png
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