How to Convert PPTX to JPG
PowerPoint is a presentation and slide show program from Microsoft. PPTX is the file extension for PowerPoint files created with the 2007 and later versions of the software. You may want to use material from PowerPoint slides in another program, like a word processor. To use a slide in another program, convert the PPTX to a JPG by following a few steps.
Launch PowerPoint 2007. Click the Windows “Start” button and select “PowerPoint 2007.” If you do not have PowerPoint 2007, a free trial is available from the Microsoft website (see References).
Open the PPTX file that you want to convert to a JPG. Click the Microsoft Office button and select “Open.” Find the PPTX file, highlight it and click "Open."
Save the file as a JPG file. Click the Microsoft Office button and select “Save As.” Select a folder for the JPG file. Use the “Save as type” drop-down menu to select the “JPG” option. Type a name for the JPG file in the “File name” field and click “Save.” This action will open a pop-up window. Select whether you want to convert only the current slide or the entire slide show.
PowerPoint to Image Converter
Download PowerPoint to Image Converter (see References).
Click the “Add Files” button. Navigate to the directory holding the PPTX file, highlight it and click “Add." Repeat this process for each PPTX file that you want to convert.
Select "JPG" in the “Output Format” section. Click the “Open” button to select a folder for the converted JPGs. Click the “Convert” button to complete the process.
Navigate to online conversion service Zamzar (see References).
Click the “Browse” button on the “Convert Files” tab. Use the “Look in” menu to locate the folder in which the PPTX file is saved. Click the PPTX file name, then the “Open” button.
Use the “Convert files” drop down menu, in the second section of the “Convert Files” tab, to select the “JPG” option. Type the email address at which you want to receive the converted JPG. Click the “Convert” button; the website will email the converted file to you.