How to save a PowerPoint as a PDF with notes.

Want to share your PowerPoint as a PDF but don’t want to lose your notes? Learn how to turn a PowerPoint into a PDF with all your notes still intact.

PDFs maintain their formatting no matter what device you use. If you want to share your PowerPoint presentation with others, it’s always best to save it as a PDF. Luckily, you can use a few different methods to keep your extensive notes intact.

Use the correct save options.

The first way to save your PowerPoint as a PDF with notes is to use the right save options. Once you’re ready to export your presentation, follow these steps:

  1. Click File on the top toolbar, then Print.
  2. Choose Show Details.
  3. Under the Layout drop-down menu, click Notes.
  4. Select Save as PDF from the PDF drop-down.
  5. Click Save.

This will “print” your PowerPoint as a PDF with all your notes included. You should be able to view and share your presentation and read all your notes without worrying about formatting issues.

Convert your PowerPoint to a PDF online.

Another way to convert a PowerPoint presentation to a PDF is to use an online PDF editor like Adobe Acrobat online services. Just follow these easy steps:

  1. Visit the PDF editor website.
  2. Upload your PowerPoint file.
  3. Let the software do its magic.
  4. Download the new PDF.

These easy steps convert your PowerPoint to a PDF without you needing to download any additional software. Once saved, you’re free to share your presentation (and notes) with any device.

Discover what more you can do with Acrobat to simplify saving and sharing your PowerPoint presentations.