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    VBA to add a copyright to the bottom of first slide

    Hello experts,
    Does anyone know how to use VBA to add a sentence to the bottom of the very first slide? I am trying to add a copyright statement on just the first slide. I would like the statement to go to a specific area on the bottom of the slide if possible. If that is not possible, I can live with that and will adjust position manually. The font style should be Calibri, size =11 and make text italicized.

    Here is an image of my first slide and the box on the bottom is where i would like the copyright statement to go.

    Hope someone has the answer to this!! THANK YOU!
    first slide.jpg

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    Why are you trying to do with with VBA? This sort of thing would ordinarily be done once on a template that can then be used for the creation of multiple presentations.
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    Paul Edstein
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    Quote Originally Posted by macropod View Post
    Why are you trying to do with with VBA? This sort of thing would ordinarily be done once on a template that can then be used for the creation of multiple presentations.
    Yes, you have a good point. The template I have does have the copyright statement so I added it. But when I added the copyright to the template and then I insertd a new intro slide, it still does not have the copyright statement. I then checked the template to be sure the copyright is on the intro page in SlideMaster and it is.....so if I could make the copyright statement stay on the Intro page every time I insert a new intro slide that would work!
    any thoughts? thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwc1023 View Post
    The template I have does have the copyright statement so I added it. But when I added the copyright to the template and then I insertd a new intro slide, it still does not have the copyright statement.
    That's because you add slides to a template, not vice-versa.
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    Paul Edstein
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