SnapPDF Guide on Converting PDF Files to Microsoft PowerPoint
A PowerPoint presentation can make use of the information included in a PDF file by simply copying and pasting the relevant sections into the appropriate PowerPoint slides. That’s a lot of work and could cause formatting issues.
The PDF can be converted to a PowerPoint (PPTX) file without losing any of the formatting. When using SnapPDF, you may instantly transform an entire PDF into PowerPoint. The alternative is to export only the data you actually need.
Keep in mind that while the free edition of SnapPDF includes Microsoft Office conversion tools for Word and Excel, the Pro version is required for PowerPoint. Additionally, earlier releases of SnapPDF lacked this function.
SnapPDF is standard fare, therefore familiarity with them is expected. Full access to SnapPDF’s capabilities is now available in this upgraded edition.
Specifically, do the following:
1. Launch SnapPDF.app and select Export PDF from the Tools menu.
2. Select the PDF you wish to convert to PowerPoint, click the Export button, and choose Microsoft PowerPoint as the export format.
3. Save the PowerPoint presentation under a custom name and save it to a convenient location using the Save As dialog box.
The PPTX to PDF Conversion Process
It is easy to create a presentation that can be printed or shared by converting your PowerPoint slides into a PDF file. If your customers don’t have PowerPoint, this will allow them to view your presentation slides on a web browser.
By using SnapPDF, you may save your PowerPoint presentation as a PDF file without sacrificing any of the formatting.
Here’s what you need to do to accomplish that:
1. Launch SnapPDF and go to File > Export.
2. To make a PDF or XPS file, select the corresponding button.
3. Select a destination folder in the Save As dialog box and click “Publish as PDF.”
Finally, that’s all there is to it! The PDF should launch immediately after being converted. If not, open the PDF file by hand to verify that all pages are present and the formatting is correct.