Save each PowerPoint slide separately or convert the presentation to JPEG or PDF.

Save PowerPoint presentation as JPEG or PDFSave

Smarter Slides Save function enables advanced saving options. Save each slide individually, as PDF, as picture, without speaker notes, etc.
Do not let PowerPoint stop you to avoid repetitive tasks. Save your PowerPoint slides easily as single files and convert your PowerPoint presentation into JPEG or PDF formats. Or prepare a handout with the most important slides (e.g. no backup slides) and excluding your personal speaker notes. With the advanced save function, you have a variety of possibilities to create an individual copy of your current presentation without making changes in the presentation itself.
Convert PowerPoint presentations into JPEG or PDF formats

Ribbon

Save presentation
Click here to open the Advanced Saving Manager to choose between several non-standard file saving options. Note that the current presentation needs to be saved at least one time before using the advanced saving function.

Advanced Saving Manager

Format
Define the output format of the saved file. Depending on the selected format some options will be disabled. Choose between .
  • PowerPoint Presentation (*.pptx),
  • PDF (*.pdf) or
  • Picture (*.jpeg).
Scope
Define the scope of your saving process. Choose between “Current Slide”, “Select Slides” or “All Slides”. “Current Slide” is retrieved by your selection within the slide preview (selection is marked red). You can also change the selection during the appearance of the pop-up window. “Select Slide” selection will open the Slide Manager to enable the definition of the scope.
Portion
Decide if you want to save each slide as a separate file (“Multiple”) or all slides as one file (“Singular”). Depending on the format and scope selection this function might not be enabled.
  • “Singular” is not enabled for the format “Pictures”.
  • “Multiple” is not enable for the scope “Current Slide”.
Notes
Choose if you want to include (“Include”) or exclude (“Exclude”) your speaker notes within the saved file. If “PDF” or “Picture” is selected as format this function is disabled.
Name
Enter the name of the output file within this text box. Do not use the file operator (e.g. “.pptx"). Default value is the file name of the original file.
Prefix
Define a prefix for your output file name. Choose between
  • “Date (YYMM)”,
  • “Date (YYYYMM)”,
  • “Date (YYYYMMDD)” or
  • “Custom”.
If “Date (YYMM)”, “Date (YYYYMM)” or “Date (YYYYMMDD)” is selected, the file name will start with the current system date and the desired format. If “Custom” is selected, you can enter a prefix in the appearing text box.
Postfix
Define a postfix for your output file name. Choose between
  • “Date (YYMM)”,
  • “Date (YYYYMM)”,
  • “Date (YYYYMMDD)” or
  • “Custom”.
If “Date (YYMM)”, “Date (YYYYMM)” or “Date (YYYYMMDD)” is selected, the file name will end with the current system date and the desired format. If “Custom” is selected, you can enter a postfix in the appearing text box.
ID
If you have selected “Multiple” as portion setting a Slide ID needs to be defined. Choose between “Slide Number”, “Slide Title” or “Serially Numbered” to adjust the file output name accordingly to identify each output file.
Folder
Click to select the target folder to save the output file. Default folder is the folder of the original file.
OK
Click “Ok” to save your current file with respect to the currently chosen settings. After successful saving, the pop-up window will disappear.