On this page
you make this statement:
"It is important to know that PowerPoint Presentation files do not have any way to identify shapes on a slide except an internal unique Id. It seems to be difficult for developers to find a shape using its internal unique Id. This topic will describe a simple technique to make it easier for developers to find a specific shape on a slide without using its internal Id."
I would say the statement is false. I'm using heavily PowerPoint.Shape's property Name like this
PowerPoint.Shape s = AddShape(...);
s.Name = "Name";
s = slide.Shapes["Name"];
Using alt-text sounds cumbersome to me.
Powerpoint shape object contains a getter this[object index], while you have this[int index].
Maybe you could add this[string index] too?
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