The 'Slide Library' should contain all the standard slides you want to use in your report. Usually you already have a template which allows you to insert slides of specific types. From this template you have to create a slide for all the slide types you want to use. This will be your OfficeReports 'Slide Library', which you can reuse for other reports.
To be able to a bit more than just populating charts and tables, it is possible to give specific shapes and tables names, so the Reports Builder knows how to use these:
A Text shape called ‘QuestionText’ will be populated with the text of the stub-variable of the table defined for the table or chart.
A Text shape called ‘BaseText’ which text has to contain a ‘#’ character. This character will be replaced with the base of the table.
A Table shape called ‘MeanTable_Sig’ will be populated with the ‘Mean’ row of the table, and the significance will be visualized. The significance should be defined as ‘default’ setting on the banner variable used in the table. If the Table shape is called ‘MeanTable’, any significant difference will not be visualized in the PowerPoint presentation
A Table shape called ‘TotalTable_Sig’ or TotalTable will be populated with the ‘Total’ row of the table.
A Table shape called BaseTable will be populated with the ‘Base’ row of the table.
You can change the names of the shapes in the 'Selection Pane', which can be made visible using the shortcut Alt-F10. You can also change the order here. OfficeReports numbers the tables and charts according to their order on the slide:
OfficeReports numbers the tables and charts by walking through the list of shapes, starting at the bottom (first created is in the bottom). In this case the chart will get number 1, and the table will get number 2. You can change the order of the table and the chart on the slide either by moving the shapes up or down in the selection pane, or by right-clicking the shape and moving it to the back or front.