Extract Images & Sound Files from Powerpoint Files using Powerpoint Image Extractor

by Jawwad in Software, Tips&Tricks, Windows | 2 comments


power point image extractor | Extract Images & Sound Files from Powerpoint Files using Powerpoint Image Extractor Microsoft Powerpoint is THE most used software for creating presentations and many people use it on a regular basis to compile their presentations. Sometimes we have a Powerpoint file from a source for example downloaded from Internet that is rich in multimedia contents particularly images, and we want to extract some interesting images from it. If we only want to extract a small number of images then their is no problem and we can easily do it through the Powerpoint. But what if you want to extract a lot of images from the file and especially you don’t have the Powerpoint installed? In these two scenarios a better option will be to use a handy little utility called Powerpoint Image Extractor that easily allows you to extract a lot of images from a Powerpoint file in one go without the need to install the Powerpoint software. As an added bonus it can also save sound files present in the presentation file.This is a simple and straightforward utility and there is not much in terms of options. After installation simply launch the program and load the file from which you want to extract the images and it will process the file and save the images in the same folder as the original Powerpoint file (in the folder with the same name as the file). It can process Powerpoint(*.ppt) and Powerpoint Slideshow(*.pps) files.

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