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Run this macro Courtesy Export the notes of a presentation Sub ExportNotesText() Dim oSlides As Slides Dim oSl As Slide Dim oSh As Shape Dim strNotesText As String Dim strFileName As String Dim intFileNum As Integer Dim lngReturn As Long ' Get a filename to store the collected strFileName = InputBox(FEShare FolderLeadership 216Leadership_216_Draft (2) Output file?) ' did user cancel? If strFileName = Then Exit Sub End If ' is the path valid? crude but effective test try to create the file. intFileNum = FreeFile() On Error Resume Next Open strFileName For Output As intFileNum If < Then ' we have a problem MsgBox Couldn't create the file & strFileName & vbCrLf _ & Please try again. Exit Sub End If Close #intFileNum ' temporarily ' Get the notes Set oSlides = For Each oSl In oSlides For Each oSh In If = ppPlaceholderBody Then If Then If Then strNotesText = strNotesText & Slide & CStr() & vbCrLf _ & & vbCrLf & vbCrLf End If End If End If Next oSh Next oSl ' now write the to file Open strFileName For Output As intFileNum Print #intFileNum strNotesText Close #intFileNum ' show what we've done lngReturn = Shell( & strFileName vbNormalFocus) End Sub
Very simple friend. Open your ppt file. Left hand side you should see options like Open Save Save As Click on Save As A new pop-up wille asking for File Name and Save As Type Check the drop down for Save as Type and select PDF (usually location as top 5 options within drop down). ordered-list Cheers!
Not really. The cheapest laptop would be sufficient. Your display is going to be some beamer.. and presenting PP is probably one of the least taxing things a PC can be asked to do.
It isn't possible to a video in a PDF file. If you want the video to play you will need to distribute the presentation in the original PowerPoint format.
Lynda is a very good learning platform offered by LinkedIn. There are a lot of educational video teaching you various technical things. I have also collected a lot of video from Lynda over the months. For this I used iTube Studio on my Mac PC. You can also get videos from Lynda either one clip at a time or the entire playlist very easily. Now to do this you need to install iTube Studio on your Mac or Windows PC and then copy the URL of the video you want to download. Now you need to go to Download section of iTube Studio and then click on Paste URL button. You will be prompted with a popup asking if you want to download lynda playlist s or only one clip. Choose appropriate option and your videos will be downloaded in a moment. You can repeat the steps for other videos as well.
If your goal is to not allow people to copy then you can apply Password Security to the PDF so that this is not possible. Nitro PDF Software (thepany I work for) has a product (Nitro Pro) that can convert PDFs to raster images but you'll lose quality if you do this so would look at what I said to do above. And there are lots of free tools out there that will allow you to do that if you don't want to spend any money.