Paul Bush, a college professor teaching mathematics, has been struggling with dilemmas for a long time. In his daily work, Paul Bush needs to find some meaningful materials to make his own PowerPoint presentations for classes. Unfortunately most of them are in PDF format and full of complicated images, tables and formula, which make Paul almost hopeless. Capturing a snapshot is a solution, but he can’t edit in PPT. And it’s time consuming to copy and paste manually. Meanwhile, Paul is a Mac enthusiast and has only a Mac book at home. Not many PDF to PowerPoint solutions for Windows before, let alone those for Mac. Finally, Paul found a dedicated solution, PDF to PPT for Mac and he is impressed by the performance.
Now just go and download PDF to PowerPoint for Mac, launch the program and then follow the below steps to transfer PDF to PPT on Mac (Snow Leopard, Lion included)
Step 1. Add PDF files
Drag PDF files into the panel of the program, some general information of the PDF files you just added will appear in the conversion list. This program allows you add 50 PDF files to convert at one time.
Step 2. Customize page range to convert
The default page range for conversion is all pages. If necessary, you can click on the gear icon to customize page range for conversion.
Step 3. Set output file path
The default folder of output files is as the same as source PDF files. You also can customize the destination folder as you like.
Step 4. Transfer PDF to PowerPoint
After customizing the output settings, click Convert button to start converting. Just wait for a little moment, the conversion will be finished. You can open the generated PowerPoint files by clicking the PowerPoint icon on the selected file.
”That’s so amazing. Just about half a minute, 10 multi-page PDF files with lots of images, complicated formula and tables were converted in PowerPoint presentations.” Said Paul Bush, ”And to my surprise, all of them lie in the slides individually as the…