Populate a PowerPoint Shape

When you want to populate a PowerPoint Shape, make sure the shape is selected. In the Workbook Pane, select the data range you need in the PowerPoint Shape, right-click the mouse and choose 'Populate the selected Shape'.

In case you have selected multiple cells, OfficeReports will concatenate the contents from the different cells. OfficeReports will add a space character between texts from different cells on the same row, and OfficeReports will add a new line between texts from cells in different rows. Here an example:

Linked to a (Text)shape we get:

The Shape will be 'linked' to the data range, and now you can edit the 'link' properties in the Link Pane appearing at the right side.

See Also:

The Link Pane

Creating Crosstabs and Grid Tables

The Linked Table

Visualizing Significance