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I have a PowerPoint presentation which have about 105 slides. On each slide, there is a Text Box named TextBox4. I want to delete all these text boxes.

I have tried some VBA code by Google Search. But that doesn't work.

Can anyone help me with VBA regarding this.

  • Could you please update the code to understand better – Linga Feb 21 '16 at 16:19
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Assuming you mean an ActiveX textbox like so:

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You could use the following VBA code to loop through every sheet and delete the text box.

Sub DeleteTextBox()
    On Error Resume Next
    Dim PPSlide As Slide
    For Each PPSlide In ActivePresentation.Slides
        PPSlide.Shapes("TextBox4").Delete
    Next
End Sub
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