Join David Diskin for an in-depth discussion in this video Saving your presentation as a PDF, part of PowerPoint 2010 Essential Training.
PDF, the ultimate paper saver.…PowerPoint allows you to save your presentation as PDF rather than sending it to the printer.…You can specify the style, which slides, and even e-mail it right from within…PowerPoint, or just save it to a folder.…From the Backstage view, we are going to go ahead and click on Save & Send.…To e-mail this as a PDF, we will click Send using e-mail and then Send as a PDF.…Your default e-mail client will launch with the PDF already attached, and you…just need to enter the recipient's name, maybe a subject and body. Then hit Send.…
Note that this feature doesn't ask you what layout, slides, or other options you want to use.…Everything is default.…Alternatively, we can save the presentation as a PDF to a folder.…This gives us more options, and we can always e-mail the resulting file manually…after it's been saved.…So from Backstage, we are still going to click Save & Send, but this time we…will choose Create PDF/XPS Document.…By the way, XPS is another kind of file very similar to PDF.…
- Using the Office 2010 Backstage View
- Using and customizing the Office 2010 ribbon
- Starting a presentation from scratch
- Applying slide layouts for consistency
- Rearranging slides
- Running a presentation for an audience
- Formatting with font, color, bullets, and alignment
- Adding and customizing photos, clip art, shapes, audio, and video
- Applying picture effects such as background removal, brightness, and color effects
- Modifying slide masters
- Adding a logo to the background
- Adding and customizing tables, charts, diagrams, and data from Excel
- Printing a presentation
- Sharing a presentation with others through video, the web, SharePoint, and PDF
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Understanding the PowerPoint 2010 Interface
2. Getting Started
3. Formatting a Presentation
4. Adding Tables and Charts
5. Working with Shapes
6. Adding Audio and Video
7. Adding SmartArt and Diagrams
Adding organizational charts4m 59s
8. Sharing with Others
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