coverting pdf to powerpoint

  pookie 10:06 04 May 2006


i have lots of pdf attachments which i need to convert to powerpoint for a presentation and also for printing several per page. I have looked through powerpoint 'help' but can't see how it's done.

any ideas??



  pookie 10:52 04 May 2006

bump :-)

  Belatucadrus 11:09 04 May 2006

I don't think you can convert from pdf to PowerPoint as they're proprietary file types from different companies, you could copy from the pdf and paste to a new PowerPoint, but it's likely to be a laborious process.
As to printing several per page, it may be dependant on printer software, but try printing the pdf via file/print, mine brings up a window with a "Print Handling" section, this has a drop down menu entitled page arrange with an option "Multiple pages per sheet" that will do the job if it shows on your system.

  [DELETED] 11:13 04 May 2006

It always makes a mess trying to convert from PDF to MS formats. If you can't just link then maybe try converting to graphic files instad and inserting those.

  [DELETED] 11:28 04 May 2006

click here
this may help.....

  [DELETED] 13:11 04 May 2006

Here is one way (albeit long winded for multiple documents) ....

Use the "snap shot" tool in Acrobat and select whatever you want - this is then on the clipboard.

Open the presentation and paste as you would anything else - re-size and there you have it.

  [DELETED] 14:20 04 May 2006

Have a look at ths site.
click here
I can vouch for their pdf converter to MSWord or Excel.
You can download a trial but the registered version is pretty cheap.

  namtas 15:20 04 May 2006

I think you will need a reader programme to do it
PDF to Word is very easy with Ommnipage assume powerpoint will as simple. Scan and then convert

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