This video is based on the “Hello World” example and and incorporates a loop condition. The loop condition can be used to not create slides, if it does not evaluate to true. In this example the loop condition is used, to leave out every second slide. So instead of all 6 slides of the “Hello World” example only slides 1,3 and 5 (candidate values “A”, “C” and “E”) will be created.Continue reading “Loop Condition Example”
This video is based on the “Hello World” example and goes one step further. This example is about output file decomposition. While the original example created 1 presentation containing 6 output slides (1 slide per loop), this video shows one output file can be created per loop (so 6 files with 1 slide each). When using output file decomposition, other features such as adding segments or sorting slides locally (per loop run) can be applied as well.
Again, this example is kept very simple. Of course, when the presentation template contains more than 1 slide, then the decomposed files will have more than 1 slide, too.
Here you will also find the Excel workbook and Powerpoint presentation file as download, which can be tried out with SlideFab 2 right away.
This brief video shows how to create a Hello World project with SlideFab 2. It will be explained how an Excel workbook can be set up and linked with Powerpoint such that multiple slides with different “Hello World” titles are created through SlideFab automatically.Continue reading “Hello World Example”
I am very proud to announce the all new SlideFab 2. Simply the most powerful Powerpoint automation tool ever built.
Based on the experience from SlideFab 1 the new version was redesigned and rebuilt from scratch. SlideFab 2 brings the user experience to a completely new level. Not only does SlideFab 2 come with a new interface, it also introduces a unique and much simpler user process to automatically create Powerpoint presentations based on Excel workbooks.Continue reading “Power to the User. All new SlideFab 2 Released”