How to assign a keyboard shortcut for a powerpoint macro

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I had written a VBA code for powerpoint to go to a specific slide while editing the slides.

However, I was unable to bind that to a shortcut key (I wanted to bind it to Ctrl+G).

In excel there is an Options button when you create a new macro – which is missing in powerpoint unfortunately. See image below.

Now I have pulled the macro to Quick Access Toolbar(QAT) for quick access – which I do not like. In order to keep it consistent with Excel, I want to use a general shortcut (especially Ctrl+G) to navigate to a particular slide

• You can assign macros to ALT + Number (Alt + 1, Alt + 2, ...)

Choose "More commends"

On the top middle part under "Choose Commands from" change form "Popular commends" to "Macros".

Choose the macro you'd like to use and click "Add >>"

Now, change the order of the list on the right with the up/down buttons on the right.

If you put your macro on the 2nd place (for example) then after clicking Ok, you'll be able to use it with ALT + 2

Enjoy