Convert PPT To JPEG | Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 Tutorial – Howtoshtab – how to, lifehacks, tips and tricks

If you are regular Microsoft PowerPoint user, then certain times you may require having each slide in your presentation to be saved as a separate JPG file. I have seen many people taking snapshots of each slide, then later editing and cropping them in different Photo Editing software. You can easily accomplish this task within from PowerPoint, in no times. Just open your Presentation, then click the File Menu, and then click Save As. Browse for the location where you want to save all the slides as JPG, and type a name. From Save As Type drop down menu, choose JPEG File Interchange Format, and then click Save. You will prompt to save just a single slide, or all the slides in your presentation. Click All Slides, and that is all, you’re done! PowerPoint will automatically create a new folder, and will save each slide as a separate JPEG file. So now, you don’t need to take screenshots, edit and crop PowerPoint slides anymore.

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