Click Save. How-to: Use Microsoft Excel to copy or convert a PDF to PowerPoint Presentation format This article first appeared on our blog. Step 1: Save a PDF into a PowerPoint Presentation file format in the Microsoft Excel LOOKUP table tool. Step 2: Save the presentation as a .ppt file. Step 3: Export the presentation as a .ppt file that can be loaded into PowerPoint (with PowerPoint Office 2013) or other graphics software. Save the file. How-to: PDF to Web Page in PowerPoint Step 1: Start Excel and choose Document tab, and then File > Export. Under the Export menu choose PDF. On the “Save as” screen choose: Web Page. Step 2: Save the PDF file as a .pdf or .ODT file for offline reading or viewing. Step 3: Edit it offline, and upload it to the Internet. Save the PowerPoint file as a PowerPoint Office file, and open it as a web page. How-to (Microsoft Office) Use an open source tool that lets you convert PDF/XPS to Google Docs, Dropbox, or Google Drive. Use Google Docs to convert a text document to PDF and back again. The idea is to use Google Docs to generate a PDF, which can then be opened and edited. The following is a small example of the process. The file is on a hard disk, but the output will also work on a network-attached device, provided the network can serve the pages.