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    Any advice to convert PDF to PPT?

    Hey guys! I'm new here and hope everybody have a good day.I actually have a problem, the material our academic adviser gave us are all in pdf format, but I have to convert them to PPT for printing and editing. I have tried to save the pdf file as picture and then put them in PPT file, but it didn't work out quite well because the format of each page didn't change! So here I am trying to find some help, do u have any good idea? Thanks in advance for reading my post

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    There's a easy and free way, just go to docs.google.com, click the upload button to upload your pdf file. Remember to check the option "Convert text from PDF or image files to Google Docs documents " before you click the “start upload” button. After the upload is done you can find the converted file on your Google Docs, now copy the texts to your PowerPoint, done!
    Another way is to get a PDF to PowerPoint Converter which will save you a lot of time and trouble.
    Last edited by luois; 03-26-2012 at 02:04 AM.

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    PDF to Powerpoint Converters:

    MS' Office 2007 compatibility pack (handy utility allows you to open and edit Office 2007 documents (docx, xlsx and pptx)): http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
    NOTE: after installing the Compatibility pack, you’ll also install the new Vista fonts for Windows XP: http://www.avirtualexit.com/2007/05/...s-xp-for-free/

    PDF Converter (Convert Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Images, Web Pages and other files to PDF): http://www.freepdfconvert.com/
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    Xilisoft is a converter with the help of that converter you can change your PDF document to PPT document easily or there is another option you can have lots of online converter website with the help of that and with out downloading any thing you can do your work

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    It's easy to convert PDF to PPT.
    Just search on google and it'll
    give you satisfaction.

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    Convert PDF to PPT

    To convert PDF to PPT, you could try the Best PDF to PPT Converter which could help preserving the original format and content perfectly.
    Give that a try, free.

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    If there is a software that could convert the PDF into the PPT format, you wouldn't satisfy with the result. My advice is that if the content is not too much, just make the PPT with PDF content. And you could make it very nice.

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    It's easy to convert PDF to PPT.
    Just search on google and it'll
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    Try out Google. There are tonnes of website providing and illustrating about converting pdf document to power point, like that of softpedia. I am pretty confident that there would be far more better websites other than this one.


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