Although PowerPoint’s object model is a bit smaller than Word’s and Excel’s, it’s still a pretty hefty application. Fortunately, as is the case with the other Office applications, you don’t really need to know every niggling detail of the object model. Instead, you can focus on understanding the objects that you need to perform most common PowerPoint programming tasks, such as creating slides, adding text, building tables, and working with animation settings. You can dig any remaining details out of the online help as necessary.


Presentation Object Selection Object Slide Show Bullet Point Application Object 
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