Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Exporting a Graphic with Save As Picture
There are two ways to get a graphic out of PowerPoint and make it a separate fi le again:
You can use the Save As Picture feature in PowerPoint, or you can simply use the Windows
Clipboard to copy and paste a graphic into an image-editing program.
Exporting a Graphic with Save As Picture
To save a picture separately from PowerPoint, do the following:
1. Right-click the picture in PowerPoint and choose Save as Picture.
2. In the Save as Picture dialog box, display the location where you want to save
the file.
3. Open the Save as Type list and choose the graphic format you want. You can
choose TIF, JPEG, or a variety of others. See the discussion of fi le formats earlier in
this chapter for guidance.
4. Enter a name in the File Name box.
5. Click Save.
Exporting a Graphic with the Clipboard
Copy-and-paste is a fast and simple way of transferring a graphic from PowerPoint into an
image-editing program, and from there you can save it in any supported format. Select a
graphic in PowerPoint, copy it (Ctrl+C), open the graphics program, and paste it (Ctrl+V).
Exporting Entire PowerPoint Slides as Graphics
You can save entire slides — or all slides in the whole presentation — as images.
Here’s how:
1. Choose File
Change File Type.
2. Under Image File Types, click the type of graphic you want to create: PNG or
JPEG. See Figure 11.29. PNG results in a higher-quality, larger image fi le than JPEG.
3. Click Save As. The Save As dialog box opens.
4. In the Save As dialog box, change the file location and name if desired.
5. Click Save. A dialog box appears asking which slides you want to export.
6. Click All Slides or Just This One, depending on your preference.
7. If you choose All Slides, a message appears that a folder has been created for
the slide files. Click OK. (Each slide is a separate graphic.)
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