In this video, staff author Jess Stratton shows users how to export a presentation as a PDF file or just one slide as a JPG to keep the integrity of the data uneditable.
- [Instructor] My name is Jess Stratton…and welcome to this week's edition…of PowerPoint Tips Weekly.…I talked before about exporting annotations…from a presentation…and I wanted to go a little bit deeper into that.…The ability to export is so important for PowerPoint.…If your audience knows…they'll be given the presentation,…they won't feel like they have to miss…what you're saying next,…while they're writing down what you just said.…It's also a great way…to be able to put your presentation online.…Exporting as a PDF file or a JPEG…means you can safely put your presentation online…without compromising the integrity of the data…as it won't be able to be changed.…
Let's export the entire presentation.…There's two ways that we can do it.…The first way is by clicking File…on the top left hand side of the screen…and choosing Save As.…I'll choose a location,…and in the Save As type area,…from the pull down menu,…here's where you can see every possible option that you have…for exporting this presentation.…I can save it as a PDF file right from here…
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