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Today I want to show you how you can convert your PowerPoint presentation into a PDF. This is a great way to share your presentation with your audience without allowing them to modify the original presentation. Its also a great way to share your presentation on the web. At the very end, Ill show you a bonus trick. Its somewhat of a hidden feature that allows you to email a PDF of your presentation with just one click. All right, lets check this out. Here I am in Microsoft PowerPoint and to turn this presentation into a PDF, lets go up to the top left-hand corner and click on the file menu. Within file, lets go down to the export option. At the top of export, youll see the option for PDF/XPS. Thats the one we want, so lets click on create. This opens up a prompt where you can specify where you want to save your PDF. Down below you can type in a file name and you can also choose the quality level. You have standard. This is the top level of quality, but it will also take up mor