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Presentation on DVD
Hrvoje Penavin
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Hi!

I would be very happy if I had the possibility to save my familiy tree on DVD and show it to family on the TV set. In this way I could sent all what I collected to family members who don't owe the PC.

Do you plan this possibility?

Kind regards,

Hrvoje

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RE: Presentation on DVD
Hendrik Michael Coertzen
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Create the book report in pdf format then insert in MS Power point. Create avi file and burn to DVD
Hendrik Michael Coertzen
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RE: Presentation on DVD [2]
Hendrik Michael Coertzen
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The conditions in which Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003 supports the Portable Document Format (PDF) (PDF: A Postscript-based electronic file format that preserves document formatting and enables file sharing.) depends on the result you're after. To determine if the type of support you require for using PowerPoint and the PDF file format together is possible, choose one of the following:

HideCan I import PDF content into a PowerPoint presentation?

Yes, it is possible for you to import PDF content from another application into a PowerPoint presentation; however, you will not be able to work with this content as you can with text. When you bring PDF content into your PowerPoint presentation, it acts like an object or an image, rather than text that you can edit.

To obtain the most up-to-date information on how to import PDF content into a PowerPoint presentation, review the PowerTools for PowerPoint PowerUsers - Import PDF content into PowerPoint instructions located on The PowerPoint FAQ Web site.

HideCan I use PowerPoint to create a PDF file?

While PowerPoint is a great tool for creating content that you can use in the PDF file format, you cannot create PDF files by using PowerPoint.

With help from contacts on the The PowerPoint FAQ Web site or the PowerPoint Discussion Group, or with information from your third-party PDF software application vendor, you can convert your presentations into PDF files.

HideCan I convert a PowerPoint presentation into a PDF file?

Yes, it is possible for you to convert a PowerPoint 2003 presentation into a PDF file. However, not from within PowerPoint — but you can by using a third-party PDF-based software application.

To obtain the most up-to-date instructions on how to accomplish this, you can seek assistance from one of the following resources:

 

HideCan I convert a PDF file into a PowerPoint presentation?

PowerPoint does not directly support converting a PDF file into a PowerPoint presentation. However, you can paste a PDF file from Adobe Acrobat Reader into a PowerPoint slide.

To obtain instructions on how to paste a PDF file into a PowerPoint slide, read the Microsoft Knowledge Base article How to put Adobe Acrobat Reader 4.0 (*.pdf) files on a slide in PowerPoint 2002 and PowerPoint 2003.

Hendrik Michael Coertzen
South Africa
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RE: Power Point Version
Hrvoje Penavin
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I have Power Point 2003, and I can't import pdf file and have nice slides. What version is needed?

Thank you.

Hrvoje

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RE: Presentation on DVD [2]
Hrvoje Penavin
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Thank you! Thank you very much!

Kind regards,

Hrvoje

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