powerpoint to .jpg?

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How do I convert photos in a powerpoint presentation to .jpg files?
ASKED: October 9, 2007  7:26 PM
UPDATED: October 12, 2007  5:34 AM

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Kate, there are tons of shareware applications that will do this. I don’t have a need for this, so I can’t recommend a favorite program. Depending on what bells and whistles you’re looking for — do a Web search for “convert powerpoint to jpg” and you’ll find lots to choose from. Good luck.

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  • Karl Gechlik
    Good question Kate - we can make it happen with the built in windows tools. Open up your powerpoint document right click on the image and click copy. Click start - run - mspaint Click new (control - n) click paste (control v) click save and choose JPG! Bam - just repeat for each graphic.
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  • Ravindra chincholkar
    Open the preentation, go to File->Save As-> Save as type should be JPEG file. It will ask you for current slide or all slides, give the destination location you will have a slides in JPEG format.
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