Convert your PowerPoint presentations to PDF files directly, without installing anything. You can convert PPT, PPTX, PPS, POTM, POT, ODP or FODP presentations using our online PDF converter. This way you can easily share the PDFs with others without them needing a special viewer (i.e. Microsoft PowerPoint).
How to Convert PowerPoint to PDF online
It's as simple as 1-2-3 to convert PowerPoint presentations to PDF with our online PDF converter. Bulk conversion is also available.
Will my presentation lose formatting when converting PowerPoint to PDF?
No, the formatting from your PowerPoint presentation will be preserved when converting it to a PDF. You can convert a PowerPoint presentation to a PDF without losing formatting. However, certain elements such as images and tables may require special attention to maintain their formatting during the conversion process, so be sure to verify the PDF output before sharing it with others.
What PowerPoint file formats can be converted to PDF?
The PowerPoint to PDF online converter lets you convert PPT, PPTX, PPS, POTM, POT, ODP and FODP to PDF. We also offer other online conversion tools from various other formats, which you can access if you need to convert other types of documents to PDF.
How to convert PowerPoint to PDF online?
Just select your PowerPoint presentations or drag and drop them in the form above to start the conversion to PDF. Because it works from any browser, you can use our online conversion tool from any operating system or device that has a valid web browser.
What are these file formats: PPT/PPTX, PPS, POTM, POT, ODP/FODP?
PPT/PPTX: These are the official file formats used by Microsoft PowerPoint for creating and presenting slideshows. PPT was the original format used by earlier versions of PowerPoint, while PPTX is the newer, XML-based format used by PowerPoint 2007 and later versions.
PPS: This file format is used by Microsoft PowerPoint to create slide shows that can be played directly without needing to open the PowerPoint application. PPS files are similar to PPT files but are intended for use in presentations without editing capabilities.
POTM/POT: These are template file formats used by Microsoft PowerPoint to create new presentations based on a pre-designed layout or format. POTM is a template file format that supports macros and is used by PowerPoint 2007 and later versions, while POT is an older template file format used by earlier versions of PowerPoint.
ODP/FODP: These are file formats used by the open-source presentation software OpenOffice.org and its derivative LibreOffice Impress, respectively. ODP is the original file format used by OpenOffice.org Impress, while FODP is the newer, XML-based format used by LibreOffice Impress. Both file formats are similar to PPT/PPTX files and can be used to create and edit slide shows.
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