To be sure about the content in your presentation, the author or reviewer of the presentation often adds the memo information in PowerPoint. These note information prompts the speaker on each page of the slide and can be displayed in the presenter view during the slide show. However, if you want to send your presentation to someone else, it might not be appropriate to publish the notes. So how do you quickly remove all of the memo information for each slide in a presentation at once? In Microsoft PowerPoint 2007, this can be done with a very simple operation.
(1) Open the Document Inspector dialog box by clicking the Office Button and executing the Prepare | Check Document command from the Drop-down menu.
(2) Select the Demo document notes check box to review the information for the presenter's comments in the presentation document, and then click the Check button.
(3) In the inspection results, the Document Inspector checks the document for notes that have a presentation, and clicks the Remove All button on the right to delete the notes for all the slides in the presentation.
Tip: The Document Inspector can also be run in Word 2007 and Excel 2007.
Additional 2003 implementations (use of macros):
Dim sld As Slide
For each SLD in ActivePresentation.Slides
Sld.notespage.shapes.placeholders (2). TextFrame.TextRange.Text = ""
This Hombenbo has not been tested, if interested people can test themselves, it is said that the macro has been running successfully on PPT 2003, very fast (a fraction seconds), no matter how many slides, instantly delete all notes page content.
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