Extract Text from PowerPoint to word

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Extract text from powerpoint files
Open PowerPoint file to extract the contents. On the menu in the program, go to File


Then choose Export



Step 2: Next click Create Handouts, on the right Create Handouts will display, click on the icon.




Step 3: After clicking, it will open a Send to Microsoft Word table. Choose 1 in 5 layouts, then select Ok.PowerPoint.


Note: There are 5 types of layouts:

- Notes next to slides: notes on the right of the slide

- Blank lines next to slides: blank lines on the right of the slide

- Notes below slides: notes below the slide

- Blank lines below slides: blank line below slide

- Outline only: text (outline format, only text, no wallpaper).

You can select how to extract and click OK to extract PowerPoint to Word.

Extracting the contents of PowerPoint to Word is a useful tips that can help you save time and effort when copying Slide to a Word document manually.

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davidhk129

Senior Member
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How about start by telling us which year version of Powerpoint you are using as example ?

My 2007 version does not have File option.
 


#3
From the screen shot's....it looks to be 2013....for the 2007 version it's there you just have to do some digging for it.
 


davidhk129

Senior Member
#4
From the screen shot's....it looks to be 2013....for the 2007 version it's there you just have to do some digging for it.
Thank you.
I knew how to do that on my 2007 PowerPoint.
My point of this posting is to remind the OP that not all versions work the same way.
If one wants to post a so-called " tutorial ", one must be specific and careful to cover all grounds.
 


davidhk129

Senior Member
#5
For anyone who happens to stumble on to this thread......
In PowerPoint 2007, Microsoft Office round button
replaces the File option.
Instructions posted by the OP are NOT applicable to PowerPoint 2007 version.

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Thank you
 


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