About the author
Glenna Shaw is a Most Valued Professional (MVP) for PowerPoint and the owner of the PPT Magic Web site and the Visualology blog. She is a Project Management Professional (PMP) and holds certificates in Accessible Information Technology, Graphic Design, Cloud Computing and Professional Technical Writing. Follow Glenna on Twitter
About MVP Mondays
The MVP Monday Series is created by Melissa Travers. In this series we work to provide readers with a guest post from an MVP every Monday. Melissa is a Community Program Manager, formerly known as MVP Lead, for Messaging and Collaboration (Exchange, Lync, Office 365 and SharePoint) and Microsoft Dynamics in the US. She began her career at Microsoft as an Exchange Support Engineer and has been working with the technical community in some capacity for almost a decade. In her spare time she enjoys going to the gym, shopping for handbags, watching period and fantasy dramas, and spending time with her children and miniature Dachshund. Melissa lives in North Carolina and works out of the Microsoft Charlotte office.
Hi Glenna - I have a problem with excel links breaking when I save the powerpoint as a new file, and was wondering if you can help me. Do I need to have my excel files open when I do the save as? How do you prevent links from breaking when saving the powerpoint as a new file in a new location?
What if you wanted to reverse the update direction. Meaning I want the master source of the data to be Powerpoint. If the data gets updated in Powerpoint I want to push the updates out to a Sharepoint list.
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Than you will save a lot of time!!
that might be useful for you, Change of source files of PPT of of more than one object from Excel at once. Check the following video, where its presented: www.youtube.com/watch
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What do I do when the Excel file name has changed (e.g. a newer version) and I want the PowerPoint to be updated to the newer version? Is there an easy way to edit those links?
this thing is horrible i will never get it again
"In PowerPoint, click File, Info, Edit Links . . ."
That's my answer to replicate new monthly PPT to Excel.
You are very great. Your explanation was very simple and straight to the point. You have finally solved my dashboard problems. Thanks a lot.