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    johnseito is offline Competent Performer
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    Excel Charts & Power Point Shapes Experts

    Hello,



    To Identify xlsx charts or pptx shapes we need to loop through them. Is there a way that
    after we ID the xlsx charts or powerpoint shapes we control it such as where to place them without
    having to loop through them to have control.

    Hope I am making sense.

    here is the code example of looping through them.

    Code:
    For each pt ins.shapes 
    
    Next pt 
    
    For Each o In w.ChartObjects 
             
    Next

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    the code is not going to know the ID unless it runs thru the objects.

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    johnseito is offline Competent Performer
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    How about we already know the ID and use the ID to control them. Or in xlsx charts we copy them into say word, we donít need to ID them because we already had position of the object by copy and then we place them in the position we want ?

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