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Is there a PDF-type converter for Powerpoints?

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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
I can convert a Word document to a PDF so that it cannot be edited.

Is there an application which will do a similar thing for Powerpoints?
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Any program that can can convert a Word doc can also convert a Powerpoint.

I use PDF995 (free) but there are others.

Basically you just choose "print" and one of the print options is "convert to PDF".
#2
But it then doesn't play as a Powerpoint, with animations etc.

I want to send a \PPt to someone which works fully, but cannot be edited.
banned#3
i dont think you can do that.... google DRM powerpoint
#4
virus
But it then doesn't play as a Powerpoint, with animations etc.

I want to send a \PPt to someone which works fully, but cannot be edited.


I think in Powerpoint you can create a powerpoint "show" (not sure what the exact name is).

This creates a pps file that can be "run" but not changed.

More here

http://presentationsoft.about.com/od/powerpointtips/ss/pps_to_ppt.htm
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#5
Yes, that's it. Powerpoint show.

Thanks
#6
btw Microsoft provide a fantastic amount of help on their Office web site that i think not enough people know about.

Here is the Powerpoint help

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/powerpoint/FX100487761033.aspx
#7
I use Primo PDF which can PDF anything... that has a print option!! Free and Legal and very good1
#8
virus;6191663
Yes, that's it. Powerpoint show.

Thanks


Bear in mind that anyone can change the extension back to ppt and edit the file however I think the pps option is the way to go.

John
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Johnmcl7;6193941
Bear in mind that anyone can change the extension back to ppt and edit the file however I think the pps option is the way to go.

John


+1


besides...anyone who you trust to edit the file surely you trust them to get it to run themselves :?

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