PowerPoint 2010 compared to the previous version of the PPT, regardless of the interface and performance are greatly improved, but unfortunately there is no random switching effect (random playback) of the function, sometimes need to use but no way to achieve very tangled. But fortunately we can use the VBS script (macros) to implement this functionality.
First the PPT is done, then open the options, custom Ribbon, the development tool on the hook.
Then in the Developer tab, select Macros, create a new one, and post the following code:
|sub randeffect ()
for i = 1 to Activ EPresentation.Slides.Count
with ActivePresentation.Slides (i). SlideShowTransition
. AdvanceOnTime = msotrue ' You can also choose to switch periodically
. AdvanceTime = 0 ' timed to 0 seconds
. EntryEffect = Ppeffectrandom
. Duration = 1.5 ' Toggle 1.5 seconds long
Save it in PPTM format, then run the DOT macro, select Randeffect, and run.
OK, all the slides are randomly played, but the flaw is only random to a very basic effect, very high-end kind of not yet.
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