Note that you have to configure the plugin to work by following their instructions. Is it possible to import animated slides into a different document? Jun 13, 2023 — To import your PowerPoint slides into another file you will first have to convert them to an animation. To do this follow the steps below: If you choose the option for PDF, simply choose the “Exporting” link in the export dialog box. If you choose the option for animated, click Advanced. Check “Animation Type” and click OK. If you choose the PowerPoint X7 Format you will run into an error, so make sure that you are using PowerPoint 8 or higher, not PowerPoint 8.0, and you are using the option for export to .pdf. This is a nice plugin that saves your PowerPoint presentations into animated .pdf files. Once a presentation has been exported as a sequence of slides you can copy them into any .docx file and open it using notepad. I thought I'd do something to make sure I never lose my PowerPoint presentations again. It's been awhile since I thought to just make a .zip file without even a PDF extension to contain all our files. A few months ago I realized that there were some common problems that users encountered when trying to use this to download their PowerPoint presentations. The .pdf and .ppt file types cannot be created using Open with unless you are using a 32-bit Mac and a 64-bit Windows version of PowerPoint. This is because PowerPoint does not support the file types required to load a PDF document into a 32-bit version of PowerPoint. The process is even more complex for you to create a .ppt in PowerPoint but the .ppt will support the file types required for a PDF presentation to render within PowerPoint. The good news is that there is a way to create a PDF file from your presentation using something called “Animate”. This will create a .ppt and a .pdf based on the number of animations used. If you wish to learn more about creating .ppt and .pdf files (and the other types that PowerPoint allows you to create) go to Creating PDF. I'm still not able to find the ability to upload a .ppt, .ppt, .PPTX file. I also still have no way to upload .ppt from an existing file.