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Save Document to PDF/XPS in PowerPoint 2013

Posted by Arun Choudhary Articles | Office 2013 August 09, 2012
This article describes how to save a document to PDF/XPS in PowerPoint 2013.
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In this article we are explaining how to save a document to PDF/XPS in PowerPoint 2013.  In Microsoft PowerPoint 2013, there is a new feature "Save Document to PDF/XPS". PowerPoint is a great application. First you can create the PDF Document than save it. Now the Office design supports a Touch Interface as well as a Keyboard and Mouse Interface. In the PowerPoint 2013 there is a new that provides the ability to directly save your PowerPoint spreadsheet files to PDF or XPS.

Steps For Saving a Document to PDF/XPS in PowerPoint 2013.

Step 1

Open Microsoft Office 2013 and click on PowerPoint 2013.

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Step 2

In this step, you can select any Template given below. If you do not want to select any Template then click on blank document:

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Step 3

Create a PowerPoint document in PowerPoint 2013 or Open the document that you wan to save to PDF file.

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Step 4

In this step, Go to the File Menu and click the Export option from the left hand side. If you want to Create a PDF or XPS Document then click on the "Create PDF/XPS" Button.

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Step 5 

Give the name of the document and choose the location where you want to save it. Click on the Publish button after it.

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If you want open it, go to the location where you saved your file.

Step 6

In this step, you will see the PDF File of the PowerPoint Document.

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