Show Me the Document Properties
Word allows you to print the document properties of a document but PowerPoint has no equivalent function. What if you need a record of a presentation's properties?
This macro will create a list of the current active presentation's document properties (both built-in and custom).
Sub ExportDocProps() Dim x As Long On Error Resume Next With ActivePresentation Debug.Print "BUILT-IN DOCUMENT PROPERTIES" For x = 1 To .BuiltInDocumentProperties.Count Debug.Print .BuiltInDocumentProperties(x).Name & vbTab & .BuiltInDocumentProperties(x).Value Next Debug.Print "CUSTOM DOCUMENT PROPERTIES" For x = 1 To .CustomDocumentProperties.Count Debug.Print .CustomDocumentProperties(x).Name & vbTab & .CustomDocumentProperties(x).Value Next End With End Sub
See How do I use VBA code in PowerPoint? to learn how to use this example code.
After pasting in the code, make sure that the Immediate window is visible by pressing Ctrl+G. This is where the document properties will appear.