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PowerPoint 2013 For Dummies by Doug Lowe

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19

Exporting Your Presentation to Other Formats

In This Chapter

arrow Exporting to PDF

arrow Exporting to a video

arrow Exporting to a Word document

This chapter shows you how to use a variety of PowerPoint features that let you save your presentations in formats other than the standard PowerPoint file format. You can save you presentation as a PDF file which can then be viewed using Adobe’s Acrobat software. Or, you can create a video that can be viewed over the web, using a media player, or even on a DVD that can be played on a standard DVD player. You can also create a self-contained presentation that can be saved to a CD or flash drive and viewed with a free PowerPoint viewer. And finally, you can convert a presentation to a Word document that you can give to your attendees as handouts.

All these features are available from the File⇒Export page.

Creating a PDF File

PDF, which stands for Portable Document Format, is a popular format for interchanging files. You can easily convert a PowerPoint presentation to PDF format by following these steps:

1. Choose FileExportCreate PDF/XPS Document. ...

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