Paste named range from Excel to Powerpoint into named shape - VBA


Victorian Gray
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I want to build a macro that connects our Excel-Data-Sheet with our Reporting-Powerpoint-Presentation.
So I have this named Range ("A") selected and copied.
Then I want to paste the data into a shape in Powerpoint which has the same name as my Range ("A").


Sub SyncWithPPT()
Dim pptApp As PowerPoint.Application
Dim pptPres As PowerPoint.Presentation
Dim pptShape As PowerPoint.Shape
Set pptApp = New PowerPoint.Application
pptApp.Visible = msoTrue
Set pptPres = pptApp.presentations.Open("workingPath")
ActiveWorkbook.Names("A").RefersToRange.Select
Selection.Copy
Set pptShape = pptPr

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