Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Insert PDF content into your slides, part of PowerPoint Quick Tips.
- [Narrator] While it currently is impossible…to embed PDF files into your slides,…in the same way as you can embed image files,…you can insert PDFs into your slides as objects.…So that when clicked, your PDF will open…in your default PDF viewing application.…First, make sure your PDF is not currently open…and that it's saved where you want on your computer.…Then in PowerPoint, select the slide…you want to add the PDF to.…Then go to the insert tab and click the object button.…In the window that opens, select create from file,…then browse for your PDF file,…and click ok.…
Your PDF then appears in your slide as an object…and you're free to adjust its size and location.…Note that its quality is reduced when using this method…but either while editing, or while in slideshow mode,…you can double click the image to view the full PDF…in your default PDF viewing application.…
- Changing the size of your slides
- Adding backgrounds and watermarks
- Adding, rearranging, and deleting slides in PowerPoint
- Viewing speaker notes privately during a presentation
- Editing master slides
- Adding voice-over narration
- Changing the page orientation of your presentation
Skill Level Beginner
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