It is possible to convert PDF to PPT with the help of free websites. Tools like iLovePDF, Smallpdf and EasyPDF allow you to transform documents into PowerPoint slides in a few clicks, without having to register. The resource is useful for those who have received PDF presentations and need to modify them in the Microsoft slide editor, for example. In the list below, check out six sites for converting PDF to PowerPoint.
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Famous online PDF editor, the iLovePDF website also allows you to convert PDF documents into PowerPoint slides. To do this, simply upload the desired file. It is worth mentioning that the free version of the service allows you to upload only one item at a time. In the tests carried out by the TechTudo, iLovePDF preserved the layout of the original document, and there were no distortions in the presentation slides.
iLovePDF: editor allows you to convert documents into Powerpoint slides Photo: Reproduo / Ana Letcia Loubak
Simple and intuitive to use, the Smallpdf website offers a number of resources for handling PDF files, including converting to PPT. I just need to drag and drop the item onto the platform or click on "Choose file". Quick and easy, the conversion was also efficient: the tool was able to detect all the graphic and textual elements that made up the PDF and transpose them to the PowerPoint slide, where they can be completely edited.
With Smallpdf, users can convert PDF to PowerPoint in a few clicks Photo: Reproduo / Ana Letcia Loubak
The easyPDF platform works similarly to its competitors, allowing the addition of only one item at a time. It is possible to upload the document from the computer itself or from cloud storage services, such as Google Drive and Dropbox. TechTudo tested the platform and approved the quality of the convert. It is an uncomfortable aspect, however, that easyPDF created text boxes for each sentence of the document instead of interpreting the paragraph as a single block, which makes editing the slide a little more laborious.
easyPDF turns PDFs into PPT Photo: Reproduo / easyPDF
Soda PDF (sodapdf.com/pt/pdf-para-ppt) is as simple as the above services. Just drag and drop the file on the page and the conversion will start. It is possible to download the final PPT directly from the browser or send it by email. In the tests, Soda PDF preserved the layout of the original document, but had minor flaws in the detection of images. Instead of being converted individually, the photos were grouped into a single graphic element, a factor that makes manipulation difficult.
PDF soda: convert PDF files to PowerPoint quickly Photo: Reproduo / Ana Letcia Loubak
PDF2Go (pdf2go.com/pt/pdf-para-powerpoint) is one of the most advanced converters on this list. The website allows you to choose whether to convert to PPTX format, compatible with PowerPoint versions 2007 to 2013, or PPT, compatible with editions prior to 2003. In addition, the user can determine whether the scanned pages of the PDF will be transformed in image or in editable text.
PDF2GO website converts PDF to PPT, Microsoft PowerPoint file Photo: Reproduo / Ana Letcia Loubak
The conversion made by the high quality PDF2Go. However, it should be noted that the tool takes a little longer in the process and generates considerably heavier slides than those converted by competing services.
The Free PDF Converter website (freepdfconvert.com/pt/pdf-para-ppt) turns PDFs into PPT with just a few clicks. Just like the other services, the tool works from the movement of drag and drop and allows the upload of only one file at a time. The conversion takes place in a few seconds, and the final slide is true to the original PDF layout.
PDF Converter: platform turns Adobe Acrobat documents into PowerPoint slides Photo: Reproduo / Ana Letcia Loubak