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So you want to link the table or graph in Excel to your Power Point slide.Then when the numbers change next week or month, the Power Point slide can automatically update. Except every great idea does have potential downsides you need to know about.I think the solution lies in writing a vba in powerpoint. If you need to edit the charts then clearly you will either need to edit the underlying Excel files, or be able to edit in Power Point As you are using Power Point2007 which provides full Excel support (unlike Power Point 2003 which has a datasheet) I would Part 1 This gives you a flexible solution, except that Excel underlying each chart cannot be updated automatically via a Power Point menu Update Links command. Can any expert here offer to write this vba code to allow all the charts to be updated in powerpoint? Part 2 You can use the code below to test each whether each shape on each slide has a chart. Here’s what you need to consider before deciding to link a table or graph from Excel to Power Point: If you still want to link the cells from Excel to the slide in Power Point, scroll down to see how to do it.If you don’t use linking, how can you easily update the data in a presentation each time without a lot of extra work?

1 - It is best to put the charts on their own chart sheet.I have 30 charts that were created from excel and were pasted onto powerpoint slides.Every month, I have to update these 30 embedded charts by manually clicking on the charts and edit.If I change the 2 into a 3, the chart will continue to display 2. i've seen this thread and it is indeed interesting.Messing with vb doesn't seem like a durable solution to me (other people are sometimes affected in my company on different files).You don’t want to have to retype a table of numbers or recreate a graph in Power Point.