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Powerpoint - Add A Sound File To An Object
Powerpoint - Add Sound
Powerpoint - Animation Painter
Powerpoint - Animations
Powerpoint - Artistic Effects
PowerPoint - Backgrounds
Powerpoint - Backstage View
Powerpoint - Bokeh Backgrounds
Powerpoint - Charts
Powerpoint - Compress A Presentation
Powerpoint - Convert Video
Powerpoint - Convert Video Using Camtasia
PowerPoint - Converting Text To SmartArt
Powerpoint - Create A Quiz
PowerPoint - Create A Speech Bubble
PowerPoint - Create A Template
PowerPoint - Create A Theme
PowerPoint - Create Animated Backgrounds
PowerPoint - Creating Shapes
PowerPoint - Curved Text
Powerpoint - Developer Tab
PowerPoint - Embed Your Website
PowerPoint - Embed Videos From Your Hard Drive
PowerPoint - Embed Youtube Videos
PowerPoint - Extract The Background Image
PowerPoint - Formatting Video
Powerpoint - Handouts
PowerPoint - Hyperlink
PowerPoint - Insert A Table
PowerPoint - Insert An Excel Spreadsheet
PowerPoint - Insert Images
PowerPoint - Key Tips
PowerPoint - Make Sound Start Automatically
PowerPoint - Notes
PowerPoint - Open PPT Or PPTX Files
PowerPoint - Paste
PowerPoint - Calendars
PowerPoint - Transparent Text
PowerPoint - Viewer
PowerPoint - Presentation Views
PowerPoint - Remove The Background From An Image
PowerPoint - Rotating Text
PowerPoint - Save As PDF
PowerPoint - Selections
PowerPoint - Shapes
PowerPoint - Slide Layouts
PowerPoint - Slide Transitions
PowerPoint - Speech Bubbles
PowerPoint - Template
PowerPoint - The Ribbon
PowerPoint - Themes
PowerPoint - Clip Art
PowerPoint - Venn Diagram Template
PowerPoint - Video
PowerPoint - What Makes A Good PowerPoint Presentation
PowerPoint - WordArt

PowerPoint - Save As PDF

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 provides you with the ability to save your presentation as a PDF without having to install any extra software or add ons. The facility is right there on the Save As menu.

If you have a presentation open in PowerPoint, click the File tab > Save As, and in the Save as type dropdown list, choose PDF.

Save Presentation As PDF

When you select PDF, a whole new world of options is presented to you.  Click on the Options button to see a rich selection of further options you can choose for your PDF.

PDF Options In PowerPoint

Many of these options are similar to those you find when printing. Make any selections you need to make in this window and then click OK.  Next to the Options button you will find find a couple of radio buttons that allow you to choose between Standard publishing and Minimum Size publishing. The only difference between the two is that Minimum Size produces a smaller sized PDF (as you’d guess). As the size is reduced, document quality may suffer. The best thing to do, if you are concerned about reducing file sizes, is to try the Minimum Size publishing option and see whether the quality of the PDF produced is good enough.