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Paste picture from clipboard into aslide of an opened powerpoint file

Paste picture from clipboard into aslide of an opened powerpoint file

Paste picture from clipboard into aslide of an opened powerpoint file

(OP)
Hello,

I am trying to paste a picture into an open powerpoint slide using VBSCRIPT.
I need to find the latest slide an paste it there
I have this code which fails on the Activewindow.Selection line.
Also the ns line does not work
Help would be appreciated

Thank you

CODE --> vbscript

Dim oPPS
Dim studio
Dim pict
Set studio = CreateObject("CSTStudio.Application")
Dim MWS
Set MWS = studio.Active3D

MWS.StoreViewInClipboard


Set oPPt = CreateObject("PowerPoint.Application")
'Wscript.Echo FLN
With oPPt
.Visible=True
.WindowState=1
.activate
End With

Dim osld

Set osld = ActiveWindow.Selection.SlideRange(1)
ns.opps.slides.count
With osld.Shapes.Paste(1)
End with 

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