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Driving Artificial Intelligence and Robot Process Automation? Good!

But don't forget the low-hanging fruits:
Start saving time and money through Excel to Powerpoint automation everyday!


SlideFab makes sense. Not only because of the following three reasons ...

Save money!

Are you or your team spending way too much time with creating Powerpoint slides over and over again? Then there is a case for SlideFab: Reach the breakeven point rapidly and make better use of your human resources.

Raise output quality!

Doing repetitive work - such as creating the same presentation with updated numbers over and over again - is not only dull but also error prone. With SlideFab there is order and reproducibility. This will help you create higher quality outputs over time.

Get more faster!

With a strong automation tool creating outputs becomes incredibly fast and cheap. So maybe create some more slides for inconceivable situations and maybe you find a hidden gem.


Automatically mass producing Powerpoint slides based on Excel data has never been easier!

Illustration showing how to link Powerpoint shape with Excel range
Linking your Powerpoint shapes to Excel

Basically, to connect Powerpoint with Excel, there are only three steps required:

  1. Select a Powerpoint shape
  2. Choose the Excel range
  3. Click the SlideFab crosshair

Easy, isn't it?! Creating a "Hello World" project takes less than two minutes.

Defining the iteration loop

The idea is that the same slides (call them templates if you like) get reproduced with different data. Therefor, SlideFab needs to know two things:

  1. What cell in Excel defines the current loop? This is called the "Loop Master Cell".
  2. In what Excel range are the entries to repeat? This is called the "Loop Candidates Range".

Define these two and the software will create you as many slides and presentations as you wish.


Illustration showing how to set up an iteration loop in SlideFab
SlideFab slide making progress and preview window in action
Start the fabrication

With the links being set up between Powerpoint shapes and Excel ranges and also with the iteration loop in place, it is now time to make some slides.



SlideFab provides cool features and nifty functions... but arguably the best is that it gives you power

Screenshot showing all SlideFab panels and slide making window
Illustration showing the different export modes in SlideFab
SlideFab automates them all

Any special requirements for automation? Well, SlideFab knows them all: It can take a screenshot from Excel, import image files dynamically, fill and conditionally color text boxes and tables based on Excel ranges and so on. When you click a Powerpoint shape, it provides compatible export options. All you need to do is to select the Excel range containing the desired content.

As intelligent as you like

When SlideFab links Powerpoint with Excel, it is automatically utilizing named ranges and Excel tables if possible. This gives the automation settings an extra level of robustness to further Excel changes down the road.

Illustration showing referencing modes in SlideFab
Export Modes

SlideFab can export texts or tables, copy screenshots, charts, etc. from Excel to Powerpoint


SlideFab can automatically create segments between iteration loop slides

Intelligent referencing

SlideFab uses Excel named ranges and tables to robustly reference ranges

Helpful referencing

SlideFab offers autocomplete to quickly refer to named ranges and table columns

Ignore hidden slides

SlideFab can optionally exclude hidden slides during slide making

Practical window alignment

SlideFab aligns Excel next to Powerpoint for easier setup


SlideFab is available in English and German (at this time)

Insightful output preview

While making slides, SlideFab previews how the output will look like

Vigilant checks

SlideFab checks user input for correctness to alert mistakes early

Focused on UX

SlideFab was built for great user experience. Simple processes on top of helpful user interfaces