1. Open a PPT document at PowerPoint2007, click Office Button, select Save As, and select "Find additional formatting add-ins" in the Save copy of the document;(this is the first time that you want to save the file in PDF or XPS format. You must first install the Save as PDF or XPS add-in for 2007 Microsoft Office system. If you have the PDF or XPS option, you can look at the second page of this tutorial without looking at the following (pictured below)
2. In the PowerPoint Help window that pops up, locate the "Install and use Microsoft" Save as PDF or XPS "Add-ins", and click the linked text "Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS for 2007 Microsoft Office programs" Add-ins: (as pictured)
3, this time pop-up "Microsoft Download Interface" page window, may just start language for English, we can modify it to Chinese, in the "Change language" option to select "Chinese (Simplified)":
4, after the revised Chinese Microsoft Download interface can understand the content of this page, we directly click the "Download" button (Figure 4), and then in the pop-up "File download" window select "Run" (Figure 5):
5, click "Run", the file is downloaded, the automatic running will pop up the installation window (Figure 6), on the hook "click here to accept the Microsoft Software License Terms", and then click the "Continue" button, the installation completed interface See Figure 7:
6, click "OK" and go back to the PPT2007 document, click the Office Button again, select "Save As", and select "PDF or XPS" in the copy of the saved document, as shown in Figure 8
7, Pop-up saved the path window, click the "Save Type" box, choose to save in PDF format. As shown in Figure 9. At this point, the PowerPoint program pops up a "publishing" window, and the release is complete.
Method Two: The method in PowerPoint2010
How do you convert PowerPoint to PDF in PowerPoint2010? In PowerPoint2010 want to convert PPT to PDF, you can save the PPT as a PDF in the same way as the method, and click "Save and send" in "File"--"Create pdf/ XPS Document "--click the" Create Pdf/xps "button on the right side of the mouse, as shown in Figure 10:
The pop-up Save window is the same as Figure 9, and the same option is saved in PDF format. Then choose a good path to click "Release" on it. Find the successful translation of the PPT file open look, the effect should be pretty good!ppt to PDF is very simple, but also very practical.