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Date Created: Friday, November 25, 2016
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Often, you might want to convert your PowerPoint slides, handouts, or notes to a PDF that can be distributed. The biggest advantage of creating a PDF is that it can be viewed on any platform: Windows, Mac, or Linux — and it can also be password protected. Additionally, fonts can be embedded too. There are some disadvantages too because animations and transitions are not normally supported.

Most versions of PowerPoint now include built-in conversion to Adobe’s Portable Document Format. Explore more in the following tutorials:

Using the Office 2007 Save as PDF Add-in

Getting Office 2007’s Save as PDF Add-in

Here are more tutorials:

PowerPoint to Secure PDF

Create PDFs containing Animation and Multimedia using Adobe Presenter

PowerPoint to PDF

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