Loop Through Each Slide In Your Active PowerPoint Presentation

What This VBA Code Does

Often times we want to make changes that affect every slide in the PowerPoint presentation.  The best way to do this is to use a loop that can apply the same change to every single slide in the presentation.  Below shows how you can accomplish this by adding a transition effect to every PowerPoint slide.

Sub LoopThroughSlides()
'PURPOSE: Show how to loop through all slides in the active presentation
'SOURCE: www.TheSpreadsheetGuru.com/The-Code-Vault

Dim sld As Slide
'Loop Through Each Slide in ActivePresentation
  For Each sld In ActivePresentation.Slides
    'Do something...(ie add a transition to slides)
      sld.SlideShowTransition.EntryEffect = ppEffectStripsDownLeft
  Next sld
End Sub

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