As PDF. How to save PowerPoint as a PDF using MS-Word To save a PowerPoint presentation as PDF using Microsoft Office, first open MS-Word. You will need to do a few basic functions before you can save a PowerPoint as PDF using MS-Word. Select File > Save a PDF to Word. Select Save to file. Set the default settings for the file format, such as the page width and page height. If you want to change the format of the file, click the “Edit” button at the top of the dialog box. Here, you can see that the default page width for the file, is 15 pixels. Click the right arrow button to move it to a different value. Next, select the language to save the document as. You'll need to set this yourself, but you can get the default from the list (or, it's just a good idea anyway). You can set the file size here, but the document is 16 pages long at default. Also, you'll need to adjust the Page tab to fit your presentation. It should look like this: By default, the document will have the same height as it has width. To alter this, click File > Page tab. Here, you can change the height and width. The default is set for 16px. You can make it any height and width you need. You can now save the file. Furthermore, you'll need to click Save as... and give the file a name. You should see the file size and file name listed. Open the file in MS-Word by clicking File > Open. If you click “Save as...”, you will still see the Page tab listed. You need to change it to the following: You can get this done within MS Word (just click on the Page tab that is labeled page, change Page to Page, and click Save). Click OK. The file is now saved and the format will change automatically to PDF. You will now need to open it in MS Word again to see if your new file is displayed correctly. I hope that answers most questions of PowerPoint as a PDF. Click the ‹Back› button to return to your PowerPoint presentation.