Convert Powerpoint File to Word File

  JerryJay 16:36 17 Oct 03
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Is there anyway to convert a powerpoint file
to a word file? I have some powerpoint presentation and want to convert them to
word file and edit them to turn into proper
lecture notes.
Any advice will be appreciated.
Thanks!

  VoG II 17:25 17 Oct 03

File/Save as and for File type select Outline/RTF. This will save as an .rtf file which will open in Word.

  JerryJay 12:00 20 Oct 03

VoG,

Thanks for advice, but this does not solve my
problem because all pictures and embedded objects
such as equations are lost by save as outline.

Any other way?

  JerryJay 09:32 21 Oct 03

Still not found the solution.
Any help?

  Taff36 09:39 21 Oct 03

Why can`t you type the notes within Powerpoint (Not on the slides but under the slide notes)? They can then be printed out with a picture of the relevant slide and distributed to delegates.

  JerryJay 16:39 21 Oct 03

Good idea, but it still is not what I want
to do.

I want to convert powerpoint file into word file
and then edit it and adding some additional
materials to turn them into proper Lecture
Notes/Textbook.

  JerryJay 10:55 22 Oct 03

I am keeping this topic live until someone
find a solution. It is strange that MS does
not have facility to convert between office components.

  JerryJay 09:59 23 Oct 03

I am keeping this topic live until someone find a solution. It is strange that MS does not have facility to convert between office components.

  JerryJay 08:54 27 Oct 03

I am keeping this topic live until someone find a solution. It is strange that MS does not have facility to convert between office components.

  JerryJay 08:56 28 Oct 03

Is there anyway to convert a powerpoint file to a word file? I have some powerpoint presentation and want to convert them to word file and edit them to turn into proper lecture notes. Any advice will be appreciated. Thanks!

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  AndyJ 10:59 28 Oct 03

In Powerpoint after opening presentation file, why don't you click on File / Send To / Microsoft Word and then pick what option you want? Is that what you want...maybe??

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