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Oct 19

Although you are often building a powerpoint by adding images, occasionally, you want to extract images from a powerpoint presentation.  This particular post on this tech blog, explains just how to do it –
How to Extract Pictures from PowerPoint Photo Slideshow
Another issue is compressing a huge powerpoint so that it can be transported, or just to get it to run more efficiently. To start with, images in the Powerpoint should be jpegs, not tifs. Jpegs allow for compression, while tifs do not; therefore the tif files are much larger than the jpegs.
Both these weblinks take you to different blog posts written by the same person.

2 comments so far

  1. Dan bartel
    3:52 pm - 3-2-2015

    Thanks for shairing this blog post.http://www.festivalwallpaper.com

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