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RKIAZIRID-0006 Suspended asked JohnKorchok answered

creating powerpoint apps

hi! how can I make my application create on powerpoint (office 365) more powerful: with option

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CeasarChenMSFT-3458 answered CeasarChenMSFT-3458 edited

Hi, @RKIAZIRID-0006
Welcome to the Q&A Forum.Could you please provide more information about your specific needs? If you want to use more or advanced features, you can check the PowerPoint developer options box or go to PowerPoint add-ins developer community.
Check Developer in Options - Customize the Ribbon.
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kaaven answered RKIAZIRID-0006 Suspended commented

I'm not really sure what you are looking for, could you please explain use case and expected outcome?

There are many ways to create PowerPoint using programming languages and there are ways to make PowerPoint behave like an application. I've built a few for use as Demo environments.

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Thank you sir kaaven for your answer. I want to know how to use the options that I have circled in red on the attached image when creating a powerpoint application. if there is a possibility without resorting to macros.

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JohnKorchok answered

You have circled the Minimize and Restore windows commands. You can access those commends with VBA. Here is Microsoft's reference page on the WindowState property:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/office/vba/api/powerpoint.application.windowstate

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