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    Powerpoint time

    Hello all,

    Hope everyone is well, just wondering if someone can help me out quickly.
    I am trying to put together a powerpoint presentation. On one of the slides I want to put the current time into a textbox... I want this time to update as the time updates on my computer... I have seen add ons for this but you have to pay for them?
    Just wondering if anyone had done this before and could help me out.

    Thanks.

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    This should work okay Insert Automatically Updated Time and Date on Each Slide - PowerPoint 2003 - Misc -only as a header/footer though

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    ALT + SHIFT + T - Choose your preferred format, tick update automatically.

    Note:- this will only update as the slide loads, not as a running clock if that's what you need, maybe a flash based clock could be inserted.

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