James H. Smith asks. How can I convert a PDF file into PowerPoint if I have Office 365, but can't afford Ppt To Pdf Converter Pro? Wait you pay around $60 per year for basic microsoft office 365, and you claim not to be able to pay for Ppt To Pdf Converter software. I think road apples are about. You have the Powerpoint software as part of basic microsoft office 365, this is the program you create the presentation in. This is where you author the presentation, then you export this to a PDF if that is need. You need some page out of a PDF file or a part of page a graphic out of PDF file. The legal, correct and smart way is go to the original file that the PDF was exported form. If you were not the original file author, you need permission to use it. If you have that then you have access to the original files and resources that made it. If not then your just stealing. If the PDF file is secured, then a reason exist for that. Taking from the PDF with out the rights do do so is copyright infringement, your are stealing.
The first solution would be to obtain the owner of the original PDF file, find his or her email. Contact the author(s) of the content you would like to use for the presentation you created, and ask permission. You can also take what you've made and give it through the website you're using for it's content. However, be forewarned that you could be in for a long fight, especially, if the original file (and other files from it, such as photos or any other graphic content and the original computer data) have become unavailable. Also, I'm not so worried about the legal argument as I am the computer resources, such as the original files, which are all out there in the world and will exist for the rest of the time as a part of history. Now you can get the original file and make the presentation, but only.