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    Powerpoint, PDF (Windows ME)

    How do I import an entire PDF file into a Powerpoint presentation, and have the entire page of PDF file viewed on a single slide?

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    Re: Powerpoint, PDF (Windows ME)

    Welcome to Woody's Lounge!

    You can only display the first page of a .pdf file, as far as I know.
    - Select Insert | Object...
    - Click Create from File.
    - Click Browse...
    - Locate your file, then click OK twice.
    - Resize the object as needed.

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    Re: Powerpoint, PDF (Windows ME)

    Acrobat lets you export one or more pages as a separate PDF. Photoshop Elements lets you import (rasterize) each page of a PDF and then save it to any graphical format (or, perhaps helpfully, select and save out part of the PDF that might deserve closer attention).

    I assume that there are free or inexpensive non-Adobe tools to do the same things.

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