PowerPoint 2010 GetClickIndex returns 1 if you move an animation


Jeff Bowman

I am using the event-PowerPointApp_SlideShowOnNext and examining the
Wn.View.GetClickIndex variable (and using it to set a pointer in a list

I have found a problem if you view the animations on a slide using
PowerPoint's Animation Pane ribbon and move an animation up a few positions
and then return it to its current position. Then, for this slide, when
viewing the presentation the GetClickIndex always returns 1 for each
SlideShowOnNext event rather than a number representing the number of
'clicks' from the start of the slide.
You can cure the problem if you save the presentation, close and re-load it!

Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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