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PDFs From PowerPoint for Windows: Troubleshooting Issues

This tutorial explores problems with PDF generation from PowerPoint.


Author: Geetesh Bajaj

Product/Version: Microsoft PowerPoint 2002, 2003 and 2007

Date Created: April 24th 2009
Last Updated: April 24th 2009






Some fonts in my converted PDF are not the same as in the original PowerPoint

This often happens when you are using Adobe Type 1 fonts in your presentation, and using the free Microsoft Save as PDF and XPS add-in to convert your presentations to PDFs. However, this add-in works fine with Open Type and True Type fonts.


Why is the Save as PDF and XPS add-in not a default option?

Why doesn't Microsoft make the Save as PDF and XPS add-in as a part of Office rather than requiring me to download it as a separate add-in? That's a great question -- and no one knows for sure why they implemented the PDF output option as an extra add-in requiring a separate installation. But you can send your feedback to Microsoft.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/suggestions.aspx


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