Three ways to insert PDF to PowerPoint 2007
In our daily study or work, we sometimes have to use slides for presentations using PowerPoint 2007. For example, a student shows his thesis to teachers, a teacher presents his teaching contents or a manager does a work-plan report. However, much useful information is preserved in PDF files. So, in order to make a PowerPoint presentation, we need to insert PDF files into PowerPoint slides. Here are the three ways to insert PDF to PowerPoint 2007.
1. Copy and Paste using PDF Reader
Take Adobe Reader for example, you can insert PDF to PPT with steps:
Step 1: Open PDF file in pre-installed Adobe Reader, click the Camera icon and select contents area, then press Ctrl+C to copy them.
Step 2: Open PowerPoint 2007 and press Ctrl+V to paste the contents in it.
Pros: an easy way to insert images from PDF to PowerPoint 2007
Cons: cannot edit the contents; encrypted files are not allowed in this way.
2. Insert Object using PowerPoint 2007
Step 1: Launch PowerPoint 2007 and click on the Insert ribbon.
Step 2: Click the Object button. The first open in the dialog should be Adobe Acrobat Document, if you have Adobe Reader installed previously.
Step 3: Click OK and get the open dialog box to choose the PDF file you want to insert. Browse to it and click OK. Adobe Reader will open, then click on File ribbon and choose the “Exit and return to Presentation_Name”. Then you will see your PDF document inserted into the current slide.
Pros: the original PDF page could be preserved in PowerPoint 2007
Cons: only one PDF page can be inserted at a time
3. Convert PDF to PowerPoint using PDF to PowerPoint 2007
Step 1: Download PDF to PowerPoint 2007 and install it.
Step 2: Import PDF files
Add Filesbutton and choose PDF files which need to convert, including the encrypted ones; or directly drag them into the panel.
Step 3. Customize and Convert
You can customize the output folder or save the exported files in the same folder as resource. Besides, you can choose page numbers in Selected Pages field, such as 1, 3, 5, 7-10. Then click Convert button and all the imported files would be converted from PDF to PPT 2007 in seconds.
Pros: Supports batch/partial conversion and encrypted PDF conversion. The original text, layouts, images and hyperlinks can be edited easily in PowerPoint 2007.
Cons: not free
We would see that not a way can meet all needs, so choose an appropriate way by your request is important. For people who seldom use slides for presentation, the former two ways would be better. And for teachers, students and others who usually need PowerPoint Presentations, PDF to PowerPoint 2007 would be an effective way to import PDF into PowerPoint.