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SaveCopyAs Method

Office 2003

Saves a copy of the specified presentation to a file without modifying the original.

expression.SaveCopyAs(FileName, FileFormat, EmbedTrueTypeFonts)

expression    Required. An expression that returns a Presentation object.

FileName   Required String. Specifies the name to save the file under. If you don't include a full path, PowerPoint saves the file in the current folder.

PpSaveAsFileType can be one of these PpSaveAsFileType constants.
ppSaveAsHTMLv3
ppSaveAsAddIn
ppSaveAsBMP
ppSaveAsDefault default
ppSaveAsGIF
ppSaveAsHTML
ppSaveAsHTMLDual
ppSaveAsJPG
ppSaveAsMetaFile
ppSaveAsPNG
ppSaveAsPowerPoint3
ppSaveAsPowerPoint4
ppSaveAsPowerPoint4FarEast
ppSaveAsPowerPoint7
ppSaveAsPresentation
ppSaveAsRTF
ppSaveAsShow
ppSaveAsTemplate
ppSaveAsTIF
ppSaveAsWebArchive

MsoTriState can be one of these MsoTriState constants.
msoCTrue
msoFalse
msoTriStateMixed default
msoTriStateToggle
msoTrue

Example

This example saves a copy of the active presentation under the name "New Format Copy.ppt." By default, this copy is saved in the format of a presentation in the current version of PowerPoint. The presentation is then saved as a PowerPoint 4.0 file named "Old Format Copy."

With Application.ActivePresentation
    .SaveCopyAs "New Format Copy"
    .SaveAs "Old Format Copy", ppSaveAsPowerPoint4
End With
		


Applies to | Presentation Object

See Also | SaveAs Method


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