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Default Create MSpowerpoint slides form and ASP page

I am working on an application in our Intranet using an ASP page with vbscipt.
The script I have so far will instantiate a PowerPoint application. Load a PPT template then add some text.
I need to see if some advanced features for manipulating charts, objects and other features exist and will pass from the asp page to the ppt slide.
I get some functions working and others do not. MSDN has very little info of using PPT with ASP.
Does anyone out there have more diffinitive information or some examples.

Thanks Mike



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