In this post I will guide to you how to convert powerpoint to word? It is very simple with 3 steps, you can convert all the content of a PowerPoint file to a Word file.
The conversion of the entire PowerPoint file to Word, most commonly used for printing purposes. Have you ever thought about wanting to print a PowerPoint file? It will take a lot of paper to print each slide one by one. Furthermore, if you only have a few slides, you can still copy and paste through Word, but if you have a hundred slides, you can’t just copy and paste forever, right?
Don’t worry, I’ll show you how to do it quickly. You can then print it or edit the content like working in Word. Alright, let’s get into details.
How to convert powerpoint to word?
1: Open the PowerPoint file you want to convert.
2: Go to File, then Export, click Create Handouts.
3: The Send to Microsoft Word table will appear, see the 5 options:
Notes next to slides: Copy the slide to the left side and writings in the right of the Word page.
Blank lines next to slides: Like the first option but in the right side are blank lines.
Notes below sides: This option allows you to make notes below the slides.
Blank lines below slides: Copy slides with blank lines below.
Outline only: Copy only text without slide.
As you can see the first 4 options will have lines for notes, Outline only has only text . Choose the option according to your need.
4: Select OK, immediately all the words in the PowerPoint file will be copied and moved to the Word file. Your remaining job is to edit as you like.
Now you know I wasn’t lying when I said it only took a few seconds. So, you can now convert all the content of a PowerPoint file to a Word file, regardless of whether the content of the PowerPoint file is long or short. If you need to print out a PowerPoint file, I think with this way you will save a lot of time.
So, there are still many good functions in Microsoft Office suite that you may still not know about it yet, let’s slowly explore with me in the near future.
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