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Sometimes we need to make a PDF document using information contained in a PowerPoint presentation. In this situation, it would be very helpful to have a tool that could convert PowerPoint to PDF. In the past, you probably had to print out a presentation and scan it. Besides needing a printer and a scanner, the whole process was just too time consuming. Now there is a far easier way to convert PPT to PDF. You can simply use pdfFiller! To convert a presentation to a PDF, upload the PPT file to your pdfFiller account. As soon as it opens in the editor, click the Done button, and choose Save As from the dropdown menu.

Alternatively, go to MY DOCS, select the presentation and click Save As in the right pane.

On the page that will open next, click on the PDF icon.

In the next window, select the pages you need to save.

Click Settings if you want to change properties of the document, this will open the Settings dialog window. You can save your document as a native PDF and protect it with a password. Make your choice and click OK.

Click SAVE AS in the top right corner.

Enter a password and press the Apply button.

Finally, click OK and select the folder in which you’d like to save the file.

If you want to save your presentation as an image PDF, select the respective option in the Settings dialog window. You will be able to change the orientation of pages, paper size and quality of the document.

To learn more about converting files using pdfFiller, watch the following video:

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Drag and drop or click 'Upload file' to import your PPT. Wait for Smallpdf to convert the file to PDF format. On the result page, proceed to modify the file further if needed. Click 'Download' to save your PDF.
To print your presentation, go to File, and choose Print. If you choose Quick Print from the Quick Access Toolbar, you will skip the dialog box shown to the left, and it will default to printing the individual slides in color. To save as a PDF, go to File, choose Save As, and then choose PDF or XPS.
Select the Design tab of the toolbar ribbon. Select Slide Size near the far right end of the toolbar. Select Standard (4:3 aspect ratio) or Widescreen (16:9) or Custom Slide Size.
Right click on an image and select Size and Position. From this dialog, click in the Height box. Now, just click up once and down once. As long as the Lock Aspect Ratio checkbox is checked, just changing the scale by 1 step and then switching back will fix your image.
Launch Microsoft® PowerPoint (Windows/Mac) From the Ribbon, click on the Design tab. In the Design group, click on the Slide Size button. Generally located at the far right of the Design group. From the drop-down menu, click on Standard (4:3) or Widescreen (16:9)
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