How to convert MS Office PowerPoint documents of PPT to PSD?

For the purpose of converting MS Office PowerPoint document of ppt to psd or pptx to psd, you can use docPrint Document Converter Professional as the tool application. If you have never heard of docPrint Document Converter Professional before, this article will give you a satisfy answer.

docPrint Document Converter Professional is a software product that dynamically converts MS Office 97/2000/XP/2003/2007, WordPerfect, AutoCAD DWG, PostScript, Adobe Acrobat PDF and many other document types to Adobe Acrobat PDF, PostScript, EPS, XPS, PCL, JPEG, TIFF, PNG, PCX, EMF, WMF, GIF, TGA, PIC, PCD and BMP etc formats. With docPrint Document Converter Professional you can convert your documents from and to 50+ formats easily.

There are three applications in docPrint Document Converter Professional which is also called as docPrint Pro. If you want to convert documents to image files in a batch, you can choose the GUI application. If you want to do the software developing, please choose command line application. If you want to scale paper size and save page, ink, please choose the virtual printer application.

It is deserved to be mentioned that the virtual printer docPrint can not act as a Windows printer only, it can also play the role as a powerful document converter. In this article, you will see how to convert ppt to psd with the virtual printer docPrint. But you should download docPrint Pro at http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe first to use docPrint smoothly.

Please open a PPT document and click “File”—“Print” to open “Print” dialog box in which you should choose “docPrint” as current printer in “Printer” combo box. Then click “Print” button to close this dialog box and continue the work. You can also use the hot key “Ctrl”+ “P” to open “Print” dialog box. If docPrint is the default printer on you computer, please right click on the PPT document and click “Print” option in dropdown list. If so, some useless operations will be skipped, which can save your precise time.

Then please try to open “Save As” dialog box in popup “docPrint” dialog box which is showed in Figure1. There are three methods for you reference. The first one, you can click “File”—“Save as” to open “Save As” dialog box. The second one, please use the icon which looks like a floppy dist in the toolbar. The third one, you can press the hot key “Ctrl”+ “S” to open the same dialog box.

"docPrint" dialog box

                                                                 Figure1.

Then the conversion from ppt to psd comes to the last step. You will see the “Save As” dialog box appear. Please see it in Figure2. In this dialog box you should do the following operations to fulfill the conversion. The first one, please specify the path for the target files in “Save in” combo box. The second one, in “File name” edit box, you should input the name of target files. The third one, please choose the output format for the target files in “Save as type” combo box. The last one, click “Save” button.

"Save As" dialog box

                                            Figure2.

The progress bar appears at the bottom of “docPrint” dialog box can remind you the conversion progress. It will be empty again when the conversion is over. Please browse your target files with some image editing or processing program a short while later. If you want to get more information about docPrint Pro, please visit its homepage at http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe.

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