Join Anne-Marie Concepción for an in-depth discussion in this video Extract individual images from a PDF to use in PowerPoint, part of Managing Conversions Between Adobe CC and Microsoft Office.
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- [Voiceover] Now let's say that you need…to grab something out of the PDF…and add it to your PowerPoint presentation.…I showed in an earlier video how you can…open up a PDF in Acrobat Pro and actually choose…Export the entire thing to Microsoft PowerPoint,…but sometimes that's too much.…Really, if you just want a screenshot or a logo,…or some other kind of graphic that's inside a PDF,…it's lot easier simply to use the Edit PDF method…I'm going to show you here.…Now before I leave this little fly-out menu,…you may be thinking, "Wait a minute.…
"What about image?…"Can't you export this thing to an image?"…Yah, but what is it going to export?…It's going to export every single page as a separate jpeg.…We don't want this thing as jpeg.…We just want something that I select in here.…For example, let me flip through here.…Let's say that I want this screenshot…to be added to my PowerPoint presentation.…How do you do that?…Well, first of all, you need to get into Edit mode.…Every version of Acrobat Pro has an Edit mode.…
She begins with an overview of the major differences between the suites and platforms and between Office for Mac and Office for Windows. From there, she breaks down common challenges such as importing and editing Adobe art and text in PowerPoint, using PowerPoint elements in Adobe apps, integrating Excel data and charts in Adobe apps, and more. Find solutions to your most common challenges, improve your workflow, and get the results you want.
- Understanding essential differences in the way Office and Adobe CC treat fonts, graphics, and color
- Using proprietary Adobe-to-Office conversion software
- Using the "secret weapon," Acrobat, to do conversions
- Editing Illustrator graphics in PowerPoint
- Extracting PowerPoint art for use in Adobe apps
- Creating InDesign tables from Excel spreadsheets
- Importing Excel data into Illustrator's chart worksheet
- Recreating InDesign layouts as editable Word files
- Converting Word art into high-res vector files