PDF to PowerPoint for Windows
Wondershare PDF to PowerPoint Converter supports Microsoft Office 2010 and Windows 7
- Support encrypted PDF files conversion
- Produce editable and dynamic PPT presentations with several clicks
- Preserve original text, tables, images, hyperlinks and layouts after conversion
- 3 conversion modes??Batch, Partial, Right-click conversion modes
With Wondershare PDF to PowerPoint Converter, you can:
Present PDF Contents in PowerPoint Presentations
PDF to PowerPoint Converter converts PDF files to fully-formatted PowerPoint presentations, which helps you present PDF contents to the public in PowerPoint presentations. This PDF utility also enables you to select any pages from a PDF file to convert, so you can easily extract the special contents from a large PDF file and generate a PowerPoint file in just several clicks. No retype or reformat is needed! Really save your time, isn't it?
Add Animations to the PPT presentations to make them dynamic
Actually PDF is also used to display contents to the public sometimes, but it is not very convenient for navigation and also not very dynamic. To present the contents vividly and wonderfully, animations are very important. Now with PDF to PowerPoint Converter, you can flexibly add animations to the generated PPT presentations. So preparing for a successful lecture or speech presentation is just a piece of cake, right?
Edit & Modify & Reuse text in PDF files
We all know that PDF files are difficult to edit, especially those with restrictions. In this situation, PDF to PowerPoint Converter can do you some favor. It can convert copy and print restricted PDF files to editable PPT presentations directly, so no matter to edit, to modify, or to reuse the PDF contents, you can all do them as easy as a-b-c.
Add headers, footers, watermarks, shapes, etc.
To make a good PPT presentation, you may also need to add some customized information in it. After recovering the PowerPoint file from PDF file, you can also add headers, footers, watermarks, shapes, images, etc. in the generated PPT presentation.
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