Tips on converting your slides into PDF

My class slides aren't in the right format, what should I do?

Fret not!
It is fairly easy to 'convert' presentation slides in other formats to PDF.

Just follow the links below for step-by-step instructions on exporting slides in a PDF format *:

Microsoft Powerpoint:

You can import Powerpoint files direct into Glean, but you'll need an internet connection. If you're offline then you can use Powerpoint itself to save as a PDF and import that (without needing to be online)

Save PowerPoint presentations as PDF files

Google Slides:

Download versions in other formats

KeyNote

Convert Keynote Presentations

Prezi:

The creator of a Prezi presentation must save it as a PDF before sharing. This requires a paid subscription to Prezi.
More info: https://support.prezi.com/hc/en-us/articles/360003499053-Exporting-a-presentation-to-PDF

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