You can use docPrint to print PowerPoint document to PDF file through the following steps:
Step 1: open the PowerPoint document you want to print.
Step 2: click on the PowerPoint document, and press “Ctrl+P”. then you will see a prompt as following:
Step 3: select the options on the prompt.
1 Which printer？
Select “dicprint” on the drop-down menu of printer name.
2 Which slides?
Simply click on a button to print the current slide or all the slides. In case you want to print some slides, docPrint also allows you to enter slide numbers and /or slide ranges in the added box, like 1, 5, 8-19 to print whatever you want to print.
3 What do you want?
Sometimes, you may want to print the outline of the PPT document; sometimes you may want to print slides or handout. If so, go to select the proper option on the “Print What” menu.
4 How many copies?
You can set the number in the added box of “Number of copies”.
5 How to save paper and ink?
To save paper, you can print several slides on one piece of paper. Docprint allows you to print 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, or 9 slides on one piece of paper. For instance, to print 6 slides on one piece of paper, you should select “Handout” on the drop-down menu of “Print What”, and set the number of “Slides per page”
Furthermore, docPrint help you save ink by allowing you to change “color” to “black
&white” or “grayscale” on the drop-down menu of “Color/Grayscale”.
Step 4: preview
Press OK, then you can preset things like page number, page margin, and watermark on the prompt of “Option Setting”
Step 5 print
Click on the printer icon, and choose the printer to print.