Re: Import/Insert Word doc to Powerpoint
- From: "Bill Dilworth" <vestprog2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 27 May 2007 03:25:54 -0400
You have several options:
1) Export the scanned image, fixed the crookedness in an image editor,
2) Recapture the Word document using direct print to electronic file (I use
SnagIt for this, great stuff), insert the new image file
3) Insert the document directly. There are two ways to do this:
1. Copy the file in explorer and paste onto a slide
2. Insert => Object => Create from file => Browse => OK
A few notes about this:
1. It does not bring the "paper" just the text.
2. It will only display the first page unless you double click on it
thereby opening the file in Word
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"Renee in Florida" <ReneeinFlorida@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
Hello out there and good evening! I'm not sure if this can be done, but,
it goes. I have an existing powerpoint presentation that I needs a slide
replaced. Simple enough, I know, but... The slide created is currently a
scanned (crooked) word doc as a pic. I would like to directly import the
doc that the scanned image would be repalced with the actual doc so that
looks tremendously more professional and polished. Suggestions or
I appreciate your help!
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