PowerPoint presentations are usually saved as PDF files because PDF files can be easily moved to different devices without changing the document's layout. In addition to changing PPT slides to PDF, you may also need to change your PowerPoint file to Word. When you have a lot of text, it's better to use Word documents. You can put anything you want into a Word document, such as a picture, a PDF file, or PowerPoint slides. So, here's how to copy PowerPoint slides into Word if you need to use a PowerPoint presentation in your work.
Copy the whole PowerPoint slide or select elements on the presentation.
The easiest way to copy slides from PowerPoint into Word is to save the slide as an image (PNG or JPG file) and then insert the image into Word.
To save a slide as an image:
When you click "Save," click "Just This Once," and your chosen slide will be saved as a JPEG or PNG file.
You can copy only parts of a slide to Word if you don't want to copy the whole thing. Use the left button to click on the object, and then use the right mouse button to open up more options.
If you want to put the whole PowerPoint presentation into a Word document, click the Insert menu, Object, and Create from the file tab.
Click the Browse button to find the PowerPoint presentation you want to add to Word.
You can either link to the file or show your presentation as a small icon.
PowerPoint to Word conversion
Again, Go to File Menu and Click on Export. The Create Handouts button is the next thing to do.
You can see what page layout options you have when you send a PowerPoint slide to Word in the picture above. Here's what each answer choice means:
Notes after the slides
The slide is shrunk down and shown on the left, while the slide's notes are on the right. If you choose this, the slide will be small, but the notes will be easy to read. This option is good when you need to print a document and give a presentation.
Lines are left empty next to slides.
This is the best choice if you are giving a presentation and everyone in the room has a copy of your presentation. So, on one side, they will have a smaller version of the slide, and on the other, they will have space to write notes and comments.
Slides with notes down
This is the same as the first choice, except the notes are under the slides.
The slides below are left blank.
Like the second option, you can write comments or notes on the empty lines under the slides.
If you want to change a presentation, this is a good choice. It only shows the text, no pictures.
A PowerPoint slide may be saved as a picture.
PowerPoint presentations are used to show information in a way that is both interesting to look at and easy for the audience to understand. Because of this, most presentations have many pictures, text, and charts. Find out how to save a PowerPoint slide as a picture if you want to include the whole presentation, just some slides in another document, or print a specific slide.
Go to the Menu and Choose Save As as the first step.
Then choose the place you want to go to. Change the title of the file in the File name field.
Save a slide from PowerPoint As JPEG Image Files.
Depending on your need, you can save a PowerPoint presentation as a JPEG, PNG, GIF, Tiff, or any other image file type.
How to Save a PowerPoint Picture
If you only need the picture on the slide and not the whole slide, you can right-click on the picture and choose "Save as Picture."
In most versions of Microsoft Office, all these steps are the same. The Office button takes the place of only the File menu in older versions.
You can also watch a PowerPoint presentation on a mobile phone and take a picture of the slide to save it as a picture. You should see the slide just fine, depending on your phone and presentation viewer.