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    Importing a PDF document into Powerpoint or graphics/drawings

    I would like to know how to do the following in Powerpoint 2007

    1) Import entire PDF Document into PowerPoint and then edit this in Powerpoint
    2) Copy graophics or designs in a PDF document into Powerpoint and then edit these if necessary

    Your assistance in this regard will be most appreciated

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    There's no easy way to import a PDF into PowerPoint, but you should be able to copy and paste graphics: Import PDF content into PowerPoint

    How to insert Adobe Acrobat Reader .pdf files or parts of .pdf files in a slide in Microsoft PowerPoint

    And you can try or buy a converter for $30: PDF to PowerPoint for Windows

    Bruce

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    Hi Bruce

    Thanks for the links and pointing me in the right direction

    Regards

    Howard

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    Hi Bruce

    I purchased Anybizsoft and it converted the PDF files & graphics perfectly. This software is great

    Regards

    Howard

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    Howard,

    Glad that one's working out for you. I now see it has quite a few competitors; PDF to PowerPoint Converter. I hadn't realized it would be such a popular requirement.

    Bruce

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    You can do it for free by using OpenOffice or LibreOffice Impress to import the PDF, then either edit with that app or export to .ppt or .pptx and edit with PowerPoint.
    Last edited by 1R El; 2012-04-26 at 03:31. Reason: typo

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    Actually there are some free online services, you can upload PDFs and they will send you the converted ppt document via email.

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    If you have PDF files which you want to convert to PowerPoint slides then it is very easy. You can easily do so with the help of PDF to PowerPoint Converter. With the help of this comprehensive software you can easily convert PDF files to PPT slides in few simple clicks. The software is easily avialble online, you can free download the trial version of the software from the Internet.

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