In PowerPoint 2010, PowerPoint is already in PDF/XPS format. How to do this in Microsoft Office 2013? In PowerPoint 2013, the best way is to import the PowerPoint file into Excel and then use Excel to create the file, so that Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS will work as normal. You can also export (cut and paste) the file. You need to be using PowerPoint 2023 Professional for most of this tutorial. In other words, you must have the latest version of PowerPoint available on your computer. If you are using PowerPoint 2023 Basic, you can export your file (cut and paste it into Excel) and import it in any later version of PowerPoint. However, in that case you must set this option if PowerPoint is installed in the computer. In other cases, if you are not using PowerPoint 2023 Professional, then you can edit the PowerPoint file and save it as PDF, XPS or DOCX (for MS Office Documents). (for MS Office Documents). Microsoft Save As will work with Microsoft Excel 97–2012 (not PowerPoint 97 or 2013). For PowerPoint 2010, if you have imported a PowerPoint 2023 or PowerPoint 2023 file, you will not be able to use Save As option. For PowerPoint 2023 or 2016, if you are not using PowerPoint 2023 Advanced, you will not be able to save PowerPoint as a JPEG or PNG file. In addition, if Save as PDF or XPS option is disabled, no other format can be saved as PDF or XPS. There is also a Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS option enabled in Microsoft Excel 2010, 2023 or 2016. Note: In MS Office 2010, when you import a Microsoft Office document, the document is saved in PDF format. If a document saved in PDF or XPS format is opened in a different version of Microsoft Office (e.g. Open, Save As, or Send As) PowerPoint, then the user experience will be the same. However, it will look a little different. To export a PowerPoint presentation as a JPEG or PNG file: 1. Press F11 Key. 2. On the menu bar, click Help > Options > Export or Share PowerPoint Presentation (or File > Help and Support). 3. Select File Type > JPG. 4. Click Export. To export PowerPoint presentation as GIF: 1. Press F11 Key. 2.