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How to convert PDF to PPT?

Portable Document Format files, commonly known as PDF files, are relatively common. Almost every document, especially the ones on the internet, is in PDF format. However, one of the best things about this format is that it’s easy to convert it to other file formats.

In this article, we will talk about how to convert a PDF into a PPT that can be used as a presentation in Microsoft’s PowerPoint.


What tools do you need?

Surprisingly, none. There are a bunch of great PDF to PPT converters online where you can upload your file and have it converted to your desired format, which in this case is PPT.

Although you’re using Adobe Acrobat Pro DC, you can easily convert just about any Microsoft Office 365 files to and from PDF. The software also lets you convert HTML to PDF, edit PDFs with OCR (Optical Character Recognition) built-in, merge or split PDFs and more.

However, if you don’t have the software, you don’t have to worry. Aforementioned, all of this can be done using online free-to-use tools by Adobe Acrobat itself.

Also read: How to fix the ‘Chrome PDF Viewer Not Working’ issue?


Converting PDF to PPT

Adobe’s PDF to PPT converter works flawlessly for this functionality. However, you can try third-party PDF tools in case you’re looking for alternatives.

For this article, we’re sticking with the Adobe Acrobat convertor.

Step 1: Head over to the Adobe Acrobat PDF to PPT converter site and click on the Select a file button. Alternatively, you can drag and drop the file onto the page.

How to convert PDF to PPT?

Step 2: The tool will convert your file to PPT, where each page will be treated as an individual slide. Click the Download button to download your file.

How to convert PDF to PPT?

If you have an Adobe account or decide to make one, you can now save this file online and share links with others. Otherwise, your file will be deleted from the server when you leave the page.

Also read: What is a VCE file extension and 6 ways to convert it to PDF

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