How to convert documents of MS PowerPoint to postscript?

Are you anxious to see a PowerPoint document but you do not install MS Office? Or the PowerPoint was made by MS Office 2010 and your version is MS Office 2003 so you could not open it normally. If you have been confused by this kind of matter, now you can find a relief here. In this article, I will show you how to convert the PowerPoint to image then you can view PowerPoint freely even you do not have MS Office installed on your PC .

I do conversion in four steps. Take converting PowerPoint to postscript for example.

Step 1. Free download a software.

I do the conversion from PowerPoint to image with the help of a software named docPrint Pro which can convert all the printable file to mage file or PDF file. The input file format may be a Microsoft Word file, Adobe PDF file, HTML file, Excel file and others, Document Printer (docPrint) supports various image formats, resolutions and compressions. It also can be used as a printer driver which can help you save a lot of paper, ink and precious time. if you would like to know more about it, please visit its website. I can not state all its function here.

Step 2. Add PowerPoint needed converting to docPrint Pro.

Three adding ways for you to choose.

  • Simply drag the PowerPoint from its folder to the interface of docPrint Pro
  • Click the button “Add file” to choose the folder containing the PowerPoint file  then add it to docPrint Pro
  • Click the “file” option on the top of the interface then go to “add file” sub option.

Step 3. Set output file format.

As we need to convert PowerPoint to postscript, set postscript as output file format by clicking the button setting at “Base setting” sub label. If you need to set the image color depth and image resolution in advance, please go to “Save image mode” sub label.

Step 4. End the conversion.

Click the button “start”, then it will finish the conversion automatically. It takes three seconds to end the conversion. Once you click  “start”, you will be reminded to choose a place to save the converted postscript file. 3 seconds later, you can get the PowerPoint in the image format.

This is the end of the introduction for converting PowerPoint to postscript. If you have any question about this software, you are welcome to email us at support@verypdf.com

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