Google Presentations Now Saves As PowerPoint

Created: Friday, April 11, 2008, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:29 am



Google Presentations, a component of Google Docs now provides a much-requested feature that allows you to save your presentations as PowerPoint files. This will allow users to create presentations using Google’s online office suite, and then share them in the omnipresent PowerPoint file format.

Save as PowerPoint

This is a great move on Google’s part and will help users exchange information in various file formats easily. I like this option because I can now create the skeleton of the presentation using Google’s great collaboration tools, and then save the outline to a PowerPoint file. Once this is saved as a PowerPoint file, I can then use PowerPoint’s powerful features to create a great presentation.

Here’s a link on Google’s blog that explains more…

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