How to copy images to powerpoint slides?

uiautomation

#1

Hi, there,

I’m practicing how to capture images from a website and save them to my hard drive. So far, so good. But how can I paste those images to a certain place on the power point slide using UiPath Studio?

thank you.


#2

Hello @Alex_ACG ,

Once you have downloaded the image you can click it once to select it and then use ‘send hotkeys’ activity to use Ctrl+c, then shift to the powerpoint slide and then use ‘send hotkeys’ activity to use Ctrl+v!


#3

Hello @Rishabh_Lakhera

I’m new at this and haven’t done anything with send hotkeys yet.
But I investigate and prove what you tell me.
I also see that you can use some Powerpoint activity (.nupkg). But I can’t find any that contain copying and pasting images.

Thank you very much


#4

Not quite the exact thing, but as you’re new to this it would be a good option to start if off with word! :slight_smile:

Check this out , this may give you an idea on how to proceed! I’d suggest first trying it out in word!

Regards,
Rishabh


#5

I’ve already done tests sending hotkeys but it doesn’t work.

What I need is to capture several specific areas of a website and paste them into PowerPoint. And the goal is to copy and paste one by one.

Thank you for the example you sent me but I got an error loading the Xaml


#6

HI @Alex_ACG,

Here I have attached the sample that to generate the pie chart and it will store as image . After that it inserts the image in the existing PowerPoint slide.

File : ExcelChartPowerPointSample.zip (27.6 KB)

Out Put:

Reference Packages

Regards
Balamurugan.S


Excel graph to powerpoint automation
How can we copy the pie charts in power point
How can we copy the pie charts in power point
Exporting from Excel to PowerPoint
Excel pie chart to Power point
#7

Thank you very much balupad14,

The site where I copy the images is a corporate website. It’s really the main problem.
Anyway, I was able to capture those images, leave them in C and then with c# code scroll through them all and paste them into the PowerPoint file.
Looks like that’s how it works.

Thx