PowerPoint 2007 to EXE

Created: Tuesday, October 21, 2008, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 11:01 am



Among the most popular pages on Indezine are those that show you how you can create an EXE from a PowerPoint presentation without having to buy any extra software. However, we still had to update our tutorial for PowerPoint 2007 — especially as PowerPoint 2003 users could no longer create an EXE successfully if they had PowerPoint 2007 installed as well.

PowerPoint 2007 includes the Package for CD feature, which we’ll use with a cool and undocumented Windows utility to create a standalone EXE file from PPT or PPTX presentations that can play on any system with Windows XP, Vista, or higher installed.

Learn more here…

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