Your question seems like a sequel to an earlier discussion in http://forums.cnet.com/5208-6129_102-0.html?forumID=29&threadID=238076&messageID=2428552.
But I'll answer it here.
Yes, that surely is possible. But you have to know about Powerpoint VBA to do it. Loop through the collection of slides. In each slide, loop through the collection of shapes. If a shape is a picture: count it and at the end you've got the total number of pictures in the presentation.
There undoubtedly also are methods for ungrouping objects and changing fonts.
I think an experienced Powerpoint-programmer could make what you want in about half a day. But it's more or less impossible for a non-programmer. So if this is "your job" better go to your boss and ask him to send you to a programming course to start with.
Hope this helps.
Is it possible to have a count of the number of pictures in a powerpoint, using a macro.....
my job is to identify all the pictures and format teh picture by ungrouping and changing their fonts....is it possible??
please do help me....