PDF to PPT Pro

Developer: DAWEI GUO

Current Version: 4.0.0

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 21.1 MB - Download

Description:

★★★★★Seamlessly Convert PDF to Editable PPT

iSkysoft PDF to PPT Pro can convert PDF files to PowerPoint slides quickly and efficiently. It converts PDF to PowerPoint presentation files with the original text, images, graphics, and hyperlinks greatly preserved. After the conversion, you’ll see the output PowerPoint slides look exactly the same with the original PDF files.

Key Features

1.100% Original Layouts and Formats

Precisely preserve the original PDF texts, layouts, images, graphics, tables, hyperlinks in the output PowerPoint slides.

2.Batch and Partial Conversion

√ Batch conversion saves your time by allowing you to import multiple PDF files at one time.
√ Partial conversion enables you to flexibly select the specific page or a range of pages.

3.Fast, Easy and Efficient

√Quickly convert PDF files to dynamic PowerPoint slides

√The interface is quite simple. Only in 3 steps, you can successfully convert PDF to PPT.

√Support drag-and-drop operation. You can add, remove, or change the order for conversion by dragging and dropping.

4.Multi-language Support

Support PDF files in English, German, French, Korean, Latin, Turkish, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, and so on.

★★★★★Support OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion

Note: Scanned PDF files are not supported. If you need to convert scanned pdf files, please refer to iSkysoft PDF Converter Pro.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 4.0.0
Review by gropenn

700 pg PDF - It took about seven minutes to convert a 700 page PDF to PowerPoint. It did a superb job and kept Font in original pictures near original. For the price it is a great deal. It saved me days of rebuilding the original PowerPoint.

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More Reviews for Current Version

4/5
Version 4.0.0
Review by AH63

Works well if pdf is one page per slide - I fed it 3 pdf files from there different sources and converted all without hiccup. However, one of them was in 2-up mode, IE two slides per page in the PDF. This one it convered to a ppt but a strange one with two pages per slide. So if you have one page per slide in PDF will work great. Not sure how it will work with notes, but suspect that will be a problem as well.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
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