Powerpoint 2016 screenupdating
If you thought those were your only options – you were wrong.
VBA thankfully allows you to also use another function called Do Events. Seriously, it doesn’t do anything more that handle all MS Office events.
you'll need to edit these to get the string to ' match up with the transitions you use most often Case 1 Name That Transition = "1" Case 2 Name That Transition = "2" Case Else ' this just hands back a number for the ones you haven't matched up Name That Transition = CStr(l Transition) End Select End Function Contents © 1995 - 2018 Stephen Rindsberg, Rindsberg Photography, Inc. You may link to this page but any form of unauthorized reproduction of this page's contents is expressly forbidden.
Hi all, Before I start, I will admit I posted this in a forum that helps me a lot with another Office product, but as of this post they were not able to shed any light on this issue. Usually when running a macro you will want to turn off the application as long as you need to pause for more that 1 second (integer values).