How to Extract Images From PowerPoint on a Mac

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PowerPoint 2011 is the Mac equivalent to Microsoft PowerPoint for PCs. After creating a PowerPoint presentation on your Mac, you may want to extract the images from your slides to repurpose in a page layout program, e-mail or upload to the Internet, or even save to your iPhoto library or other photo organizational software. Saving the images from a PowerPoint slide generally creates a smaller file size and can be easier to distribute than a PowerPoint presentation, depending upon the photo's resolution.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

    Extract Individual Images.

  1. 1

    Open the Mac PowerPoint file from which you want to extract photos. Click through the deck to the left of the main workspace to find the images you want to extract. Click on the slide that contains the image you want to extract to open it in the main workspace.

  2. 2

    Click "Ctrl" and simultaneously right-click the image within the slide. Scroll to "Save as Picture" from the pop-up menu.

  3. 3

    Click on "Save As" in the dialogue box. Give your image a name. Select the destination folder from the drop-down window.

  4. 4

    Select "Format" to designate the file format for your image. Select between .png, .jpg, .pdf, .gif or .bmp formats. Click the "Save" button.

    Extract All Pictures In The Presentation.

  1. 1

    Open the Mac PowerPoint file from which you want to extract photos. Click on "File," then "Save As" from the PowerPoint menu.

  2. 2

    Give your folder a name. Select the destination where you want to save the folder.

  3. 3

    Select between .png, .jpg, .gif, .bmp or .tiff formats. Click the "Save" button. All the slides will be saved as images in the same folder.

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