VeryPDF the homepage of PDF to PowerPoint Converter and then download and install the application on your computer. After that, please take four steps to generate PowerPoint from PDF.Converter is a professional document converter which can help you convert PDF to PPT, PPTX and other PowerPoint files without opening the original files. It supports batch conversion and password-protected PDF files. Converter does not require third party applications like Adobe Acrobat and MS Office PowerPoint. You can visit
Firstly, you can runConverter by double clicking its icon on the desktop.
Secondly, you should add PDF files. Please do one of the following:
- Drag the files you want to convert and drop them to the list box. Then, you can view the information about the added PDF files.
- Or click the Add PDF File(s), > browse folders and files in the pdf2ppt dialog box that pops out and select the files you want to convert, > click Open. Then, the selected PDF files will be displayed in the list box.
Thirdly, you can set options in the option groups on the right hand of list box.
- The Output Options group—the default option is for maintaining the original layout. If you want to generate a text-only PPT file, you can click the second radio button under Output Options.
- The Reconstruction Mode group—the first option is for automatically preserving the layout of the text content. The second option can flow text with text boxes. And the third one is for exact reconstruction.
- The Page range group—you can select all pages or select a page range by clicking arrows on the right hand of the edit boxes.
- The Password edit box—if your original PDF file is protected by an open password or an owner password, you can input the password here.
Fourthly, after you set the options, you can click the Convert button to start generating PowerPoint from PDF.
These are the steps you need to take to convert PDF to PowerPoint. The trial version can be used for 100 times. If you want to buy it, please visit http://www.verypdf.com/pdf2ppt/index.html#dl