How to convert a PDF file to Powerpoint format

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How to convert a PDF file to Powerpoint format

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Summary

To convert from PDF to Powerpoint, follow these steps...

  1. Download and install Wide Angle PDF Converter.
  2. Run Wide Angle PDF Converter from the icon on your desktop.
  3. Click the Open Document button, and choose the PDF file which you would like to convert.
  4. Once the document is open, click the "To PPT" button from the Home tab in the toolbar.
  5. Select the location that you would like to save the converted file to, and click Save.

If you have not done so already, you can download Wide Angle PDF Converter from here:

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Detailed Steps

How to convert a PDF file to a Powerpoint

Wide Angle PDF Converter allows you to easily convert a PDF file to .ppt format, enabling you to open the document in Microsoft Powerpoint. In this way, you can include a PDF, or part of a PDF in a Powerpoint presentation.

To do this, simply launch PDF Converter and hit the Open Document button from the welcome screen.

With your document open, click the "To PPT" button present in the Home tab of the PDF Converter tool bar. This will open a window asking where you would like to save the Powerpoint file to on your computer. Choose a location, and click Save to start the conversion. This function converts the PDF to a .ppt file.


You can see the PDF document that we converted, and opened in Microsoft Powerpoint below:

How to convert a PDF file to a Powerpoint

Check out our user guide for more information about how to convert PDF files to Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

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