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convert slides in powerpoint format to MS WORD/notepad format...


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i wanna convert some slides in powerpoint format to MS WORD format...
slides r printscreen copies of text....i wanna retrieve text in format which can be copied & pasted like we do in notepad...

pls help
i have MS Office2007
pls give detailed instructions how to convert powerpoint slides into word format...
i have basic knowledge of MS WORD & very little of ppt
..i have MS OFFICE2007...i'm unable to convert....i'm unable to open print options & microsoft documnt imaging...somebody pls help
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somebody has sent this answer...but i'm unable to understand ...

can some1 pls explian the steps....
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look i have a suggestion...im using the powerpoint format myself..just run an OCR on it using windows microsoft document imaging and save it in word format.
http://office.micros...2193601033.aspx

it comes with microsoft office 2003 and above.if u have office installed on ur comp,u will have it by default.open the powerpoint file...click on file->print->print options->select microsoft document imaging.the slides will be saved to .mdi format.run OCR from the task bar..it looks like an eye.save the file.go to file->export->to word format...save it as word document
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pls help...
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