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How to get the list of all available powerpoint control’s ids?

Description:I need all available powerpoint (currently i am using office 2016) control ids as I have to utilize them for development purpose. it will be good if i can have ids for older versions of powerpoint which might be useful to avoid any compatibility issues.

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You can get the complete lists of controls with their identifiers,types and much more information of all the office controls, which can be downloaded from following Links(as per the version requirements) in which you will find a file named "powerpointcontrols.xlsx" which will have your required information.
1) Documentation for Office 2016
2) Documentation for Office 2013
3) Documentation for Office 2010

Hope this will help you!

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