How Do I Save a Powerpoint as a PDF with Multiple Slides Per Page?

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How do I save a PowerPoint as a PDF with multiple slides per page?

You can print the PDF as a "poster". That will resize the pages. But there are some drawbacks. When you have a PDF file with four PowerPoint slides per page, one way to think of it is that the slides are now "smaller" than in the original document, so that four of them will fit on a page. For example, here are four slides of a company presentation (incidentally, my employer). To print one slide per page, the solution is to "enlarge" them again. And one way to do this is to make the printer thi...

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Oh, just in case there's some confusion: the two-slide-per-page printer is better labeled “large print” or “printing”). It does not, however, accommodate two-slide presentation presentations in PDF format. To enlarge them again, you would either print the PDF as a regular 2)2 or enlarge it again. As I said before, not as nice or efficient as the two-slide-per-page solution. So, we're left with the alternative solution. You can enlarge a PDF file by putting it into the default Adobe Illustrator “scalable” size. Or, you can try my approach for getting a PDF file in the correct size: 1. Open the PDF. 2. Create a new copy of the PDF. 3. On the top margin, set the type size so that its width is 8. When you have done so, just drag the copy of the PDF with the size of the type (8) over the top.

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