Developer: Enolsoft Co., Ltd.
Current Version: 3.1.0
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Download Size: 6.8 MB - Download
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The fast and easy choice to convert your native PDF files(scanned PDFs not included) into PowerPoint (.pptx) format. Convert PDF file back to PowerPoint presentation for editing and reusing has never been simpler.
- Support batch convert multiple PDF document into PowerPoint at a time.
- Preserve original text, tables, images, hyperlinks and layouts after conversion.
- Support encrypted PDF to PowerPoint(.pptx) conversion.
- Specify page range of your PDF to convert.
- Support Drag and Drop.
- User-friendly interface and extremely easy to use.
- Standalone software, no Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader needed.
- Support OS X 10.10 Yosemite.
This version of PDF-to-PowerPoint support importing scanned PDF files and converting them, but the converted PowerPoint(.pptx) files will be not editable. If you want to convert the scanned PDFs into fully editable PowerPoint(.pptx) file, please turn to Enolsoft PDF Converter with OCR:
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1. Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite supported!
2. Optimized the performance of converting encrypted PDF files.
3. Other minor bugs fixed.
Most Helpful Reviews
work great - i have some very old pdf files that i wanted to use in my presentation project. PDF to PowerPoint really came to the rescue and was easy to use that i converted all the old files in a very short time.
Bad - I tried trial versions of a few other programs that cost 60-70 $, Shame for me, but I bought this because of price. So dropped out 15 $ and now will spen 70 on real program.
More Reviews for Current Version
Save $7 and try “PDF Converter Free” first - I gave this program a 92MB High Res PDF file to convert to powerpoint. Elements did not align properly, some of the shapes and colors were missing, the background disappeared, and the file was reduced to 16MB. This is after I paid $6.99. Then I tried converting the same 92MB file with “PDF Converter Free”, and all of the elements converted over seamlessly without any errors or extreme degredations in quality. And, the file size was reduced to 6.44MB. Did I mention it was free? It’s possibly that this program excels at the complicated PDF conversions, but it failed miserably for me. I lost money. I do not recommend this product. I couldn’t imagine how furious I would be if I paid the full $38 only to discover it doesn’t work.