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Exporting to PowerPoint using the PowerBI API

Hi, I am completly new to using the Power BI API.

I looked at the code examples on how to export to powerpoint but I am completly lost on how it works

Export Power BI reports API - Power BI | Microsoft Docs

 

Does anyone have a working sample I can look at? or can maybe guide me to a working sample?

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using Microsoft.PowerBI.Api;

var client = new PowerBIClient(new Uri("https://api.powerbi.com/"), tokenCredentials);

you will need to create the token Credentials by generating the token

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HI @Sil3ntGam3r,

As lbendlin said, it already shared the C# version sample code about the methods to invoke rest API. Are you mean the different programming/script language versions or the whole project source codes?

Bookmark:

Export Power BI report to file (preview)#code-examples 

In addition, you can also navigate to the rest API page and click on 'try it' button to use the online version(HTML script) :

Reports - Get Pages In Group#code-try-0 

Regards,

Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin
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Thanks for the reply. Ill check out the online version.

 

The problem I am having is with the example code.

 

I tried using it, but I get an error with the Client object. It says in the comments that 'Client' is an instance of the Power BI .NET SDK.

But what does that mean to me? How do I declare the Client object in my C# application?

using Microsoft.PowerBI.Api;

var client = new PowerBIClient(new Uri("https://api.powerbi.com/"), tokenCredentials);

you will need to create the token Credentials by generating the token

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Super User III
Super User III

There is a working example in the link you reference.

Sorry let me rephrase that. I am looking for working source code?

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