Extract Group of Excel chart to PPT Slide and put a header for that group

Hi members of the UiPath Forum,

I am stuck with a complex situation while automating Excel using Macro for Charts. may be this is not ideally a right platform to post this but any help is appreciated.

I have 18 Excel Pivot Charts in an Excel.
I need to extract them in a PowerPoint Slide as Image but every slide should have 6 charts only and that group of 6 charts needs to have a Header on top of it.

I have referred to SigmaCoding videos (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOaBtYMCCEM) and his GitHub code, but unable to crack the logic for macro in this case.

The charts are of same size and are aligned. So, I am trying to group the 6 charts and then extract that group in a PPT slide and have a header for that Slide.

The headers are static so if we can copy the group of charts in a existing PPT template that would work too.

Can anyone please help me with this? Stuck since 1 week with this use case.

Thanks a lot in advance for the help and consideration.

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