How to add one PDF into a Google Slides presentation: Step 1: Prepare the presentation · Step 2: Upload and place the PDF file at the beginning of the slide · Step 3: Insert the PDF image at the end. Note: the file format of the PDF is most often .pdf How to Insert PDF Into Google Slides — Julie Mile How to Insert a file to a Google Maps presentation · Download Google Maps and Google Slides from Google · If you're on iPhone and Android, download both Google Slides and Google Maps from Google. Step 1: Download Google Maps and Google Slides from Google · The first step to adding a file to your presentation is to download Google Maps and Google Slides from Google. (NOTE: we do NOT recommend using Google Maps' mapmaker option because it would give you an inaccurate depiction of the area you're talking about.) Step 2: Download Google Slides from Google You can download Google Slides through Google and add it to your presentation directly on the slide. Step 3: Insert a PDF into Google Slides Go to the Google Slides upload page, download the PDF file to your computer. Open the .pdf file, right-click and open from another application. Once you've done that, go to the “Options” menu on your browser, and select “PDF” Click on the button below the file name. This creates an attachment. You can now add the PDF file to your presentation! Don't forget to click on the “+” sign next to the photo for an “add to slides” link. How to insert a PDF into Google Slides — Tanya Gutman How to add a photo to Google Slides — John S. Step 1: Download Google Slides and Google Map You can download Google Slides and Google Map from Google Maps here. Step 2: Create PDF/GIF/JPG from the PDF This means you need the Adobe Creative Cloud program, and you will need to save the PDF/GIF/JPG file to your computer in a specific way. Here is the link to the Google Map, so you can see it on your screen and get familiar with the method. We recommend you keep the download link handy, since it works well with all browsers. Download Step 3: Insert a PDF into Google Slides Go to the Google Slides upload page, download the PDF file to your computer.