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Tutorial: Convert slides to PDFs.

 

Learn how to easily convert a Microsoft PowerPoint .ppt or .pptx file to a PDF document using the built-in Acrobat ribbon in Microsoft Office.

 

Adobe Acrobat

Tutorial: Convert slides to PDFs.

 

Learn how to easily convert a Microsoft PowerPoint .ppt or .pptx file to a PDF document using the built-in Acrobat ribbon in Microsoft Office.

 


Convert PPT to PDF

Your PowerPoint presentations and slides are a work of art. Or maybe they’re just work. Either way, use the built-in Acrobat ribbon within the application to convert your PowerPoint documents into high-quality, versatile PDF files. A PDF is easy to share and will display correctly on any screen.

Your PowerPoint presentations and slides are a work of art. Or maybe they’re just work. Either way, use the built-in Acrobat ribbon within the application to convert your PowerPoint documents into high-quality, versatile PDF files. A PDF is easy to share and will display correctly on any screen.

It's easy.

It's easy.


Simplify sharing by turning your PowerPoint file into a high-quality PDF. You can download your converted file or sign in and easily share it online.

It's fast.

It's fast.


Convert your PowerPoint into a PDF in a matter of seconds, and know that your file will look exactly how you want it to. All formatting, style, and fonts will appear in the PDF just as you originally intended.

It's mobile.

It's mobile.


No matter where you are, you can create high-quality PDFs from existing documents from any operating system and on any mobile device. 

It's better.

It's better.


Turn your presentation into a PDF with Adobe — the inventor and expert of the format — and share polished, professional, and secure PDFs with clients and colleagues. 

How to convert a PowerPoint document to a PDF:


  1. Open the file in Microsoft PowerPoint.

  2. Convert PowerPoint file to PDF:

    • On Windows, click the Acrobat tab, then click “Create PDF.”

    • On Mac, click the “Create and Share Adobe PDF” icon, then skip to step 4.
       
  3. Protect PDF:
    Select “Restrict Editing” in the dialog box if you want to prevent the finished PDF file from being changed without your permission.

  4. Save as PDF file:
    Select a folder for the exported file or click “Choose a Different Folder” and navigate to the appropriate folder. Name your document and click “Save.”
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Give it a try

 

Use our easy online tool to quickly convert your Microsoft PowerPoint presentations to a versatile PDF — right from your browser.

 

Give it a try

 

Use our easy online tool to quickly convert your Microsoft PowerPoint presentations to a versatile PDF — right from your browser

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Acrobat Standard

Convert, edit, e-sign, protect.​

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Our most comprehensive PDF solution with full convert and edit capabilities, advanced protection, and powerful e-signature features.

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Best Value

Acrobat Pro

Our most comprehensive PDF solution with full convert and edit capabilities, advanced protection, and powerful e-signature features.​

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Annual subscription, cancel within 14 days for a full refund. Windows and Mac.


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