Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Saving Slide Text Only
The Picture Presentation format does something unique: It converts each slide to an image and then places the
images in a new presentation i le. This is one way to make sure your slides are not edited by anyone who uses the
presentation.
TABLE 2.2 PowerPoint 2013 Features Not Supported in the PowerPoint
97–2003 File Format
Feature
Issues
SmartArt graphics
Converted to uneditable pictures
2
Charts (except Microsoft Graph charts)
Converted to editable OLE objects, but
the chart might appear different
Custom slide layouts
Converted to multiple masters
Drop shadows
Soft shadows converted to hard shadows
Equations
Converted to uneditable pictures
Heading and body fonts
Converted to non-theme formatting
Effects:
Converted to uneditable pictures
2-D or 3-D WordArt text
Gradient outlines for shapes or text
Strikethrough and double-strikethrough
Gradient, picture, and texture i lls on text
Soft edges, rel ections, some types of
shadows
Most 3-D effects
Themes
Converted to non-theme formatting
Theme colors
Converted to non-theme colors
Theme effects
Converted to non-theme effects
Theme fonts
Converted to non-theme fonts
Saving Slide Text Only
If you want to export the text of the slides to some other application, consider the Outline/
RTF format, which creates an outline similar to what you see in the Outline pane in
PowerPoint. This fi le can then be opened in Word or any other application that supports
Rich Text format (RTF) text fi les. Only text in placeholders is exported, though, not text in
manually inserted text boxes. If you aren’t sure which text will be included, view the pre-
sentation in the Outline pane; any text that doesn’t appear there will not be exported.
 
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