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Assigning Keyboard Shortcuts to Macros
To assign keyboard shortcuts to macros within PowerPoint files, your macros need to meet the following 3 requirements:
  1. The macro needs to be in a Code Module (not a UserForm or a Class Module).
  2. The macro should be taking in no parameters.
  3. The macro signature should be as follows:
    Sub YourMacroName()
        '
        ' Your macro code.
        '
    End Sub
    or
    Public Sub YourMacroName()
        '
        ' Your macro code.
        '
    End Sub
Shortcut Manager for PowerPoint automatically discovers macros that meet the above 3 conditions. To assign keyboard shortcuts to the macros, follow these steps:
PowerPoint 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007 PowerPoint 2003, 2002, 2000
  1. Open the PowerPoint file.
  2. Select Home tab, click Customize button in the Keyboard Shortcuts group to bring up the Customize Shortcuts dialog box.
  3. In the Customize Shortcuts dialog, locate and select the Macros category. The macros in your PowerPoint file will be listed in the Commands list. Locate and select the macro for which you wish to assign a keyboard shortcut.
  4. In the Assign shortcut to command box, press the key combination that you wish to assign to the selected command.
  5. Click OK.
  1. Open the PowerPoint file.
  2. Select Tools | Customize Shortcuts... menu item to bring up the Customize Shortcuts dialog box.
  3. In the Customize Shortcuts dialog, locate and select the Macros category. The macros in your PowerPoint file will be listed in the Commands list. Locate and select the macro for which you wish to assign a keyboard shortcut.
  4. In the Assign shortcut to command box, press the key combination that you wish to assign to the selected command.
  5. Click OK.
When the assigned key combination is pressed, the corresponding macro will be executed.
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