How to convert PDF to PPT in WPS Office

March 11, 2022
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In this free tutorial, you will master how to convert PDF to PPT in WPS Office with simple steps as follows:

 

· Steps to convert PDF to PPT in WPS Office.

1. Open the PDF file you want to convert to PPT.

2. Navigate to the Tools tab, and click PDF to PPT.

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3. Select the file you want to convert.

4. Set the exported file format at Save as type.

5. Set the location to save the exported file at Save as location.

6. Click Start.

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7. Then you can continue to edit the PPT in WPS Presentation as needed.

 

With these steps, you are able to convert PDF to PPT quickly and freely. Did you get it?

 

· What is WPS Office?

As the best alternative to Microsoft 365, WPS Office Suite features all perfect office software functions, allowing you to view, edit and create almost any document type.  Studying this tutorial can make your work easier with WPS Spreadsheet like Microsoft Excel. It supports xls, xlsx, and csv file formats.

 

· What is WPS Presentation?

WPS Presentation is a module of WPS Office(an acronym for Writer, Presentation and Spreadsheet). WPS Presentation is consistent with PowerPoint document, which helps users to work with high efficiency. Its personal basic version is free to use and it also provides abundant functions and unique features for you to explore.

 

Learn more advanced skills similar to converting PDF to PPT  in WPS Office:

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Use WPS Office to create, edit and share Word, PPT, Excel and PDF. WPS Office Academy covers each step by giving free tutorials with details. Step by step, an office beginner becomes a pro. Versions are available for PCs including Mac, Windows, Linux, etc. Mobile versions include iOS and Android.

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