How to Convert PPTX to Word
Although the Microsoft Word word processing software appears to be a run of the mill text entry program, through a few semi-hidden features, you can go from just characters on a page to Word documents that are much more like presentations. In fact, merge the output another Office Suite program, PowerPoint, directly into a Word document by inserting the PPTX slides onto the Word page. This converts your PowerPoint presentation slides into a Word document, where you can then add regular text, images or even another set of PowerPoint files behind the first.
Complete the PowerPoint presentation, name it and save it in an easy to access place on the computer.
Open Microsoft Word. Click the "Insert" tab. Click the "Object" button.
Click the "Create from File" tab. Browse to the PPTX file and double-click it.
Click the "OK" button to close the "Object" window, return to Word and insert the PPTX.
Click the "File" tab. Click "Save As." Enter a name for the PPTX-in-Word file and click the "Save" button.
Tips & Warnings
- Word will insert the PPTX wherever you click your cursor at the time of accessing the "Object" window. Prior to clicking the button, you may want to create a new page for the PowerPoint file by pressing the "Ctrl" and "Enter" keys together, which forces a page break onto which the PowerPoint can flow.