Is there a way to automatically collect images from slides and bring them all together onto one slid


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rebecca

I am working on a PPT photo album timed to music. The person using the
presentation will load their own picture(s) on individual slides, I
will not have these images. I am just placing a picture frame for them
to use and setting up automatic transitions. They would like to know
if there is a way for the program to then collect the images and show
them all (reduced) on a slide toward the end of the show.

This presentation will be available for download on my client's site
to anyone that purchases the song embedded in it.

This sounds like a programming thing to me and not something PPT is
capable of. Anyone know of a way or a product to do this?
 
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Steve Rindsberg

I am working on a PPT photo album timed to music. The person using the
presentation will load their own picture(s) on individual slides, I
will not have these images. I am just placing a picture frame for them
to use and setting up automatic transitions. They would like to know
if there is a way for the program to then collect the images and show
them all (reduced) on a slide toward the end of the show.

Probably so, but it'd require a custom-written add-in.

A few questions, though:

Is the number of images per show (and hence on final slide) fixed or variable?

If fixed, how many images would there be?

And do I understand correctly that someone at your client's will create the
presentations then give/sell them (as a done deal) to site visitors? In other
words, you don't expect the general public to add pictures and such.
 
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rebecca

This may be what your looking for.
BATCH IMPORT images into PowerPointhttp://www.pptfaq.com/FAQ00050.htm

Hmmm, interesting. They wanted something that would automatically make
this happen, but this might at least make it easier for the use -
thanks! Now would the user have to have this installed, or if I set it
up in the file will it work for anyone? Thanks again.
 
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Steve Rindsberg

Hmmm, interesting. They wanted something that would automatically make
this happen, but this might at least make it easier for the use -
thanks! Now would the user have to have this installed, or if I set it
up in the file will it work for anyone? Thanks again.

It's PPT. There are no absolute "It'll work. Period." answers. <g>

But ...

Any of the solutions in the page Michael recommended will work for anyone, or
at least to the same extent as it would if you'd added the images manually.
 

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