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How to Use Macros in Kingsoft Presentation 2013

To set macros in Kingsoft Presentation, follow the steps below:

Step 1 Click the Macros icon in the Developer tab, or choose the Macros option in the Macros drop-down list of the View tab. The Macros dialogue box will open and show as below:

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Figure 1 The Macros dialogue box

Step 2 Enter the macro name in the Macro name enter box.

Step 3 Select the range you want to apply the macro in the Macro in drop-down list.

Step 4 Add description for this macro in the Description enter box.

The functions of the buttons at the right side are shown as follows:

  • Run: Click to run the current macro.
  • Edit: Click to edit the macro in Microsoft Visual Basic.
  • Delete: Click to delete the macro.
  • Options: Click to add shortcut key for the macro.
  • Cancel: Click to exit.

Macros Security

In Kingsoft Presentation, you can set security level for the macros. To do this, follow the steps below:

Step 1 Click the Security icon in the Developer tab. The Security dialogue box will open and show as below:

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Figure 2 The Security Level tab

Step 2 In the Security Level tab, choose Very High, High, Medium, and Low according to your needs.

Step 3 Click OK to complete the operation.

Other Functions

  • Visual Basic Editor: Click to open the Visual Basic Editor and edit the macros there.
  • Add-Ins: Manage the Add-Ins available in this file.
  • COM Add-Ins: Manage the COM Add-Ins available in this file.
  • Control Properties: View and modify properties for the selected control.
  • View Code: View and modify the code for the selected control in the Visual Basic Editor.

To add objects in slides, you can click the corresponding icon in the Developer tab. See below:

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Figure 3 Add objects icons

You can add check box, text box, command button, option button, list box, combo box, toggle button, spin button, scroll bar, label, image, and control in slides by the corresponding icon.

When the cursor turns into a cross, hold and drag it to insert the object in slides. After the object was drawn, double click it to edit it in Microsoft Visual Basic.