Microsoft KB Archive/253142
Article ID: 253142
Article Last Modified on 10/11/2006
- Microsoft PowerPoint 2000 Standard Edition
This article was previously published under Q253142
In Microsoft PowerPoint 2000, when you create Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) code to set the EntryEffect property to ppEffectNone, or use code created in PowerPoint 97 to do this, you receive the following error message:
PowerPoint 2000 does not accept the constant ppEffectNone as a valid EntryEffect value. The help file contains incorrect information on this topic.
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With ActiveWindow.Selection.ShapeRange.AnimationSettings \\This line assigns the Cut constant to the EntryEffect value. .EntryEffect = ppEffectCut \\ppAnimateLevelNone causes the EntryEffect to not be displayed. .TextLevelEffect = ppAnimateLevelNone End With
Microsoft has confirmed that this is a problem in the Microsoft products that are listed at the beginning of this article.
For the AnimationSettings object, the EntryEffect property returns or sets the special effect applied to the animation for the specified shape. For the SlideShowTransition object, this property returns or sets the special effect applied to the specified slide transition.
The TextLevelEffect property returns or sets a value that indicates whether the text in the specified shape is animated by first-level paragraphs, second-level paragraphs, or some other level (up to fifth-level paragraphs).
If the TextLevelEffect property for the specified shape is set to ppAnimateLevelNone (the default value), or the Animate property is set to False, you won't see the special effect you've applied with the EntryEffect property.
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