How to Save a PowerPoint as a PDF The first step is to click on Print from the print options. Select the Layout you want. In the Layout options, check the box for Saving to PDF. The last step is to save your file as a PDF by choosing Print→Save for web. Q: Why do I see only one page/slide? — MSN Q: On the print settings page, I can print pages or images in my PowerPoint presentation, but they don't fit in the page. How can I change the size of the print area? — Ben Spearman Q: I think I need to select a single image for a slide in PowerPoint. But every time I do that, I get only one image. — Steve Q: Can I use the 'Add a new slide' tab from the Print dialog box to add slides to a previous document? — Ben Schoenberg I find that the default settings of the Print dialog box is the best way to manage the print sizes and margins. In addition, the default settings are a good place to start if you have questions about how to edit the default settings. How To Add the 'Add a new slide' Tab to the Microsoft Print dialog box In the Print dialog box, choose Options, and then select Print from the dropdown menu. Click on the Add a new tab from the Print menu option and then click the Edit Button in the lower right corner. Under Advanced, click the 'Add a New tab' button. Select the new tab from the drop-down menu and type your name in the text box to the right. Click OK. How To Use 'Add a New slide' in the Print dialogue box After you add the Add a new button in the print dialog box, you need to create a tab in the Print dialog box (under the Advanced tab). For more information, see Create a new Tab Using the New Print dialog Box and Add a new tab using the new Print dialog box. How to use the New Print dialog box When you create the 'Add a new slide' tab, the options in the New Print dialog box appear.