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12/05/2016 02:30 AM

SlideShark's PDF Support: Conversation with Gerry Praysman

Gerry Praysman is product marketing manager for Brainshark, Inc. Brainshark's sales enablement solutions help companies drive greater revenue through faster training, increased demand and more successful sales conversations. With Brainshark, users can turn static content, such as PowerPoint documents, into online and mobile video presentations. Brainshark also powers SlideShark, the


12/05/2016 02:30 AM

Add Sound / Music to a PDF

There are times when you have to share your PowerPoint presentation as a PDF – mainly because you want to send a non-editable file format to someone. However any sound or music clips within your original PowerPoint file do not get included within the converted PDF. At other times, you may just want to add some sound or music to an existing PDF, even if that PDF was not created from a


12/05/2016 02:30 AM

PDF to PowerPoint Creator: Conversation with Cindy Pearson

Cindy Pearson is an IT manager and a brand evangelist at PDFConverter.com. She loves all things technology and Internet and enjoys playing with all sorts of tech tools and gadgets. In this conversation, Cindy discusses their online PDF to PowerPoint creator. Geetesh: Why did you create a free online PDF to PowerPoint creator? Tell us more. Cindy: At PDFConverter.com, we know that people --


12/05/2016 02:30 AM

Able2Extract 8: Conversation with Reena Cruz

Reena Cruz is from Investintech.com, Inc., leading developer of PDF converter solutions for the desktop, server and mobile platforms. She writes for the Investintech blog, where she shares tips about PDF converter technology, productivity in the workplace and software in general. In this conversation, Reena discusses their Able2Extract product, and its PDF to PowerPoint conversion technology.


12/05/2016 02:30 AM

PDF Converter Elite: The Indezine ReviewPDF Converter Elite: The Indezine Review

PDF Converter Elite is an application that enables you to do two types of PDF related tasks. First of all, it can create PDFs from any file on your computer. More importantly though, and something that we will explore in this review is the second ability that PDF Converter Elite has up its sleeve – it can convert existing PDFs into popular Microsoft Office file formats such as PowerPoint, Word,


12/05/2016 02:30 AM

AnyBizSoft PDF to PowerPoint Converter 2.0: The Indezine Review

If you have ever ended up with a PDF copy of an important presentation, only to know that the original PowerPoint file no longer exists -- then you know that's not a very happy state of affairs! And although there are umpteen PowerPoint to PDF converters available -- in fact the new versions of PowerPoint have this capability built-in, the reverse option of creating editable PowerPoint


12/05/2016 02:30 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2007: Using Adobe's PDF Print Driver

In an earlier tutorial of this PowerPoint to PDF series, I have shown you how to use the Office 2007's Save as PDF option, which is an easy way to convert a PowerPoint presentation to a PDF. But this option does have some limitations -- primarily you can only save your slides as PDFs. You cannot save your handouts as PDFs, or print multiple slides on a single PDF page. For that, you'll need to


12/05/2016 02:30 AM

Learn PowerPoint: Password Protecting Adobe Acrobat PDFs

This is the final part of the PowerPoint to Secure PDF series in which I show you how to do more than just create a secure PDF from your PowerPoint slides. You learned how you could create PDFs that played full screen and also had transitions! Now, it's time to make your PDF entirely secure with password access.Follow these steps to get started...Categories: pdf, powerpoint_2007, tutorials


12/05/2016 02:30 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2007: Adding Transitions in Adobe Acrobat

In the previous tutorial of this PowerPoint to Secure PDF series, I showed you how to set PDF to play in full screen mode. If your PDF is playing full screen, and you want it to look like a presentation, it's a great idea to add slide transitions so that it mimics a PowerPoint presentation.Learn more now...Categories: pdf, powerpoint_2007, tutorials


12/05/2016 02:30 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2007: Playing Adobe Acrobat PDFs Full Screen

If your PDF contains plenty of graphics, media, and animation, you might want it to open in full screen for visual impact, and to mimic a conventional PowerPoint slide show. If a PDF is set to play in full screen mode, it hides all menus, toolbars and other panels to make the page as large as possible on the screen or projected display. This tutorial is part of the PowerPoint to Secure PDF


12/05/2016 02:30 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2007: Reordering Slide Pages in Adobe Acrobat

This tutorial is part of the PowerPoint to Secure PDF series. In this tutorial I'll show you how to reorder slide pages in Adobe Acrobat Pro. Changing the order of pages in a PDF is very easy, using the drag-and-drop capability within Acrobat's Navigation tab.Learn more now...Categories: pdf, powerpoint_2007, tutorials


12/05/2016 02:30 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2007: Deleting Slide Pages in Adobe Acrobat

This is part of the PowerPoint to Secure PDF series -- in the last tutorial in this series, I showed you how you can add new slide pages to existing PDFs in Adobe Acrobat Pro -- this page shows you how you can delete slide pages in Adobe Acrobat Pro.Follow these steps...Categories: pdf, powerpoint_2007, tutorials


12/05/2016 02:30 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2007: Inserting New Slide Pages in Adobe Acrobat

In this PowerPoint to Secure PDF series, you first learned how you can export individual PowerPoint slides to PNGs -- thereafter you learned how you can create a PDF from exported PNGs, and also how you can quickly create a single PDF from multiple PNGs. Now, I'll show you how you can add more content to the PDFs you created.Follow these steps...Categories: pdf, powerpoint_2007, tutorials


12/05/2016 02:30 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2007: Insert Multiple New Slide Pages in Adobe Acrobat

This tutorial is part of the PowerPoint to Secure PDF series -- in the previous tutorial, I showed how to create PDFs from a single exported PNGs. In this tutorial we'll explore options in Adobe Acrobat Pro to insert multiple PNG files.Follow these steps...Categories: pdf, powerpoint_2007, tutorials


12/05/2016 02:30 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2007: Creating PDFs from PNGs in Adobe Acrobat

Creating PDFs from exported PNGs forms the next sequence of the PowerPoint to Secure PDF tutorial series. Before you proceed, make sure that you have the slides exported as PNGs from within PowerPoint. You'll also need to have Adobe Acrobat Pro installed on your system -- this is a different animal than the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. You can download a trial version of Adobe Acrobat Pro from the


12/05/2016 02:30 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2007: Exporting PNGs from PowerPoint

PowerPoint allows you to save your slides to many graphic file formats, which can later be used in other applications as required. This series of tutorials shows you how to create a new secure PDF with slides exported from PowerPoint. Of course, you can create your PDFs straight from PowerPoint but that process allows you to copy text and graphics individually from within the PDF. Compared to


12/05/2016 02:30 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2007: Using the Office 2007 Save as PDF Add-in

The Save to PDF option is not built within PowerPoint 2007, or the other programs in Office 2007 by default. However, you can easily download a small add-in that makes it possible to save PDFs from within PowerPoint 2007 by following the steps in the Getting Office 2007's Save as PDF Add-in tutorial. Once you have downloaded and installed the Save as PDF Add-in, follow these steps to use it in


12/05/2016 02:30 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2007: Getting Office 2007's Save as PDF Add-in

Although PowerPoint 2007 and other Microsoft Office 2007 applications do have the capability to save their outputs as PDF, this option is not built in within PowerPoint or the other programs by default. However, you can easily download a small add-in that makes it possible to save PDFs within PowerPoint 2007. PowerPoint itself helps you install the add-in for the first time you attempt to create


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