Ppt to Pdf Converter 3000

Ppt to Pdf Converter 3000 7.4

A simple tool to create compact PDF versions of your PowerPoint presentations
 
7.4 (See all)

Ppt to Pdf Converter will help you create compact and easy-to-distribute PDF versions of your PowerPoint slide presentations. These files may faithfully represent the original layout of the slides, or contain an unformatted version of the text. This one-task tool can batch convert the entire folders of PPT files in one single and simple process, and its clear and well-structured interface makes it suitable for all kinds of users.

The range of settings available cover all the basic functionality you would expect from any PDF converter. The most important choice you need to make is about the conversion mode as it will determine both the appearance of the output and the use you will be able to make of it. If you need to use and edit the text that appears in your PowerPoint slides, the most logical choice would be the Text Mode conversion, but you need to know that the amount of text extracted will largely vary from document to document, and will depend on how this text has been incorporated into the slide in the first place. The Image Mode certainly provides more reliable results, creating close-to-perfect renditions of the original slides. In fact, the program will work as a photographic camera, taking a snapshot of each slide and putting each image on a page with the exact dimensions of the original slide.

The other settings available will allow you to customize and insert a watermark into the pages of the PDF file, add owner and user passwords, and define some basic page settings when needed. All in all, learning how to use Ppt to Pdf Converter will take very little of your time, and its simple functionality will probably save you lots of it.

Francisco Martínez
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Review summary

Pros

  • Allows batch conversion of entire folders
  • Faithful rendition of the original layout when using the Image Mode
  • Limited settings for a straightforward functionality

Cons

  • None
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