MS Word into Power Point
Thread poster: Agnieszka Hayward

Agnieszka Hayward
Poland
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German to Polish
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Nov 14, 2003

Dear Colleagues,
client wrote a whole presentation (61 pages) in MS Word. Now she would like to add some special effects and show it to students using laptop & beamer, therefore the document needs to be 'translated' into Power Point.
Do you know any other method than copying and pasting?
Would appreciate any hints.
TIA
-Agnieszka-


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Czesc, Agnieszko :-) Nov 14, 2003

In PowerPoint, click NEW, select layout (I would recommend "empty" layout (i.e. without textboxes or places for images).

Then go to INSERT -> SLIDES FROM OUTLINE, point to the file, click OK.

PowerPoint will add so many slides as needed and will insert text.


Attention:

1) The file that will be inserted should be divided into several parts. PP inserts one paragraph per slide, so prepare the proper text layout.

2) You may need the MS Office CDROM (in case the Word>PP converter is not installed on your computer).


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Agnieszka Hayward
Poland
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Piêknie dziêkujê Nov 18, 2003

natychmiast spróbujê.
Pozdrawiam
Agnieszka


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