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What you have done is impressive, but if you spend a little bit of time with the tools in the reporting palette, you'd be able to build your slides with the report map, table and charting tools and the render tool to turn it into a powerpoint deck. Then you'll have full control over the layout and have no dependency on the template.
I have to +1 on what @DavidP said - your approach is impressive through brute force, but its a bit more square peg in round hole. The better option is to go about it how David said - there will be a learning curve, but its a much more smooth fit for what you're looking to accomplish.
I understand your point of view. As I'm beginner in alteryx, I thought it was easier to prepare the template in powerpoint and insert the extra element produced in alteryx. I go to follow your advice...
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