I have a pdf file and who can help me convert it to potm?

  PDF to PowerPoint Converter can make it for you easily. It will convert pdf to PowerPoint first then you can resave it as the format potm. As far as i know, potm was introduced by Microsoft Office 2007, together with a range of new file formats and formed  a group of OOXML files. A file with the POTM file extension is a Microsoft PowerPoint Macro-Enabled Design Template file. Other types of files may also use the POTM file extension but I don know the exactly information. So I guess it is the principle that PowerPoint  supports the potm files and we can convert it to  PowerPoint then resave it.

  PDF to PowerPoint Converter  is a software which convert pdf file to the ppt file. It was researched and developed by VeryPDF whose products have been widely used in many big and fine companies. As to PDF to PowerPoint Converter  can be used to batch convert Acrobat PDF files to PowerPoint (PPT) presentations. PDF to PowerPoint Converter is a professional PDF solution to convert PDF to PowerPoint 2010, 2007, 2003, 2000, etc. formats. It can retain all the original layouts, text content, images, and hyperlinks in the generated PPT presentations.

  Then I will show you how to use it and then how to make the converted pdf file to potm file.

If you really need it I guess you have to buy it or else you can have a try for free downloading. This is the link of downloading.http://www.verypdf.com/pdf2ppt/index.html  Once you download it, you will feel it is easy to use, like“ figure 1”.


I have marked two ways of adding files: drag it to the blanks or just add file by clicking “ Adding Files”. Then please choose the menu option according to you needs. As last convert it and wait for a few minutes, a ppt document will bounce to the screens in the opening status. I think the first convertion you know how to make it. Then save it as the potm file format, like “figure 2” and “figure 3 ”, then you will get a document whose format is potm.



Attention please, not all the windows support this format. Office 2010 working system has potm format. You’d better use it.

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