programmatic conversion of PPTX into PPT

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  1. I need to convert PPTX files into PPT using microsoft office object library.
    Does anyone have a piece of code doing this trick in VB6 or C#?
     
    Nataliya Yevdoshenko, Dec 4, 2007
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    Chirag Guest

    The presentation object has a SaveAs method that can do this. For instance,
    for saving the active presentation as a .ppt file, the following code would
    do the job:

    ActivePresentation.SaveAs "FileName.ppt", ppSaveAsPresentation

    - Chirag

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    "Nataliya Yevdoshenko" <> wrote
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    >I need to convert PPTX files into PPT using microsoft office object
    >library.
    > Does anyone have a piece of code doing this trick in VB6 or C#?
     
    Chirag, Dec 4, 2007
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