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PowerPoint to PDF

Powerpoint to PDF

After a successful presentation with PowerPoint, it is not uncommon to make the data available. However, as a PowerPoint file, this is conceivably bad, as users could accidentally make changes. In such cases, it may be worthwhile to convert you presentation from PowerPoint to PDF. In this way, all data is made available to readers in a read-only format. The procedure is similar to that for other documents created with Word, for example.

Convert PowerPoint to PDF – no additional tools needed:

Over the years, the Office package has evolved. While in the beginning it was very tedious to create PDF files, today this is available in the standard scope of the software. So besides Word and Excel, you can also save files from PowerPoint as PDFs. Additional programs or even paid services are therefore not necessary for most people, unless there are very special requirements.

Step-by-step instructions:

  • Open the desired presentation in PowerPoint
  • Click on the “File” tab
  • Select “Save as” and first choose the location and a suitable name for your document
  • Now change the file type to “PDF (*.pdf)” and click on “Save”
  • Done!

In a few seconds you can save your presentation in any format. A PDF is only one of the many possibilities. Conceivable are gifs, images or video. So choose something that fits your individual requirements. We wish you a lot of fun and success in using PowerPoint!

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