In our work and study, we often have to deal with PPT, but sometimes we encounter PPT file compatibility problems. For example: I worked hard to make a presentation in PPT, but it cannot be played on someone else's machine because PowerPoint fails. Sound is inserted into the PPT document, but it cannot be found on other computers. Font, to someone else's machine has changed. How should we deal with this situation?
I believe that people who have been exposed to PDF files will know that - save it as a PDF file.
PDF files have unparalleled high-quality features: text, fonts, formats, colors, and device- and resolution-independent graphics images can be packaged in a single file. This format file can also contain electronic information such as hypertext links, sound and moving images, supports special files, and has high integration and security reliability.
For ordinary readers, e-books made with PDF have the texture and reading effect of paper books, which can realistically show the original appearance of the original book, and the display size can be adjusted arbitrarily, providing readers with a personalized reading method.
At the same time, the PDF file format has nothing to do with the operating system platform, that is to say, the PDF file is universal whether it is in Windows, Unix or Apple's Mac OS operating system.
Having said so much, how to quickly convert PPT to PDF?
First, open the online PDF document conversion platform - www.pdfasset.com
Then, click the "PPT to PDF" icon to enter the document upload page, and add the PPT document to be converted into the conversion window (add all the PPT you need to convert here)
Then, click the "Convert" button to convert PPT to PDF
Finally, when the conversion is successful, click the "Download" button to get the converted document
It's all done here. I believe that PPT to PDF can't be easier.