How to change language to all Powerpoint slides at a time? [Guide]

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Do you want to learn how to change the language to all of your Power Point slides at once? You are one click away from learning it how. {Quick Guide}

You can use Macro to change the language of all slides in the Powerpoint.

Step 1:- First, create a new macro:
1. Go to Tools > Macro > Visual Basic Editor.
2. Select Insert, Module for inserting a new empty module.
3. On the right panel, copy and paste the below code and then, save the macro:

Option Explicit
Public Sub ChangeSpellCheckingLanguage()
Dim j As Integer, k As Integer, scount As Integer, fcount As Integer
scount = ActivePresentation.Slides.Count
For j = 1 To scount
fcount = ActivePresentation.Slides(j).Shapes.Count
For k = 1 To fcount
If ActivePresentation.Slides(j).Shapes(k).HasTextFrame Then
ActivePresentation.Slides(j).Shapes(k) _
.TextFrame.TextRange.LanguageID = msoLanguageIDEnglishAUS
End If
Next k
Next j
End Sub

Step 2:- Replace “msoLanguageIDEnglishAUS” which is used in the above macro with any of your desired languages. You can find a list of languages in this page > http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa432635.aspx

Step 3:- You can execute the macro by various ways (by selecting Tools, Macro, Macros, ChangeSpellCheckingLanguage, and clicking Run or by pressing F5 within the editor).
After doing this process, now all of the text elements within your presentation will have the new spelling language.

If you have any more doubts then go ahead and ask us below in the comments. We are eagerly happy to reply you.

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