Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Which File Formats Does Office 2010 Support?
Type Extension Description
PowerPoint XML Presentation .xml
This Office 2003 format uses XML tags that
correspond to an XML schema, making it
useful for some custom data interchange
applications.
PowerPoint Picture
Presentation
.pptx
In this format, each slide in a presentation is a
picture.
PDF
.pdf
This export-only format lets you create
documents that can be viewed on nearly any
computer. For more information, see “Sharing Your
Work in PDF and Other Formats” on page 95.
XPS Document
.xps
This export-only format provides a
crossplatform alternative to PDF. For more
information, see “Sharing Your Work in PDF and Other
Formats” on page 95.
Windows Media Video
.wmv
This export-only format lets you save your
presentation in a standard video format.
GIF Graphics Interchange
Format
.gif
This export-only format lets you save your
slides in a standard graphics format.
JPEG File Interchange Format .jpg
This export-only format lets you save your
slides in a standard graphics format.
PNG Portable Network
Graphics Format
.png
This export-only format lets you save your
slides in a print-quality graphics format.
TIFF Tag Image File Format
.tiff
This export-only format lets you save your
slides in a standard graphics format.
Device Independent Bitmap .bmp
This export-only format lets you save your
slides in a standard graphics format.
Windows Metaile
.wmf
This export-only format lets you save your
slides in a standard graphics format.
Enhanced Windows Metaile .emf
This export-only format lets you save your
slides in a standard graphics format.
Outline/RTF
.rtf
This format preserves presentation text in a
standard word-processing format.
OpenDocument Presentation .odp
This XML-based format is used by the
OpenOffice.org office suite.
Web Page
.htm,.html,
.mht, mhtl
These import-only formats open a web page
as a presentation.
Outlines
.txt, .rtf,
.doc, .docx,
.docm,
.wpd, .wps
These import-only formats open a
presentation using the text in standard
wordprocessing document formats, including those
used by Word, WordPerfect, and Microsoft
Works.
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