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How to convert postscript files to powerpoint files?

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Is there a file like "ps2ppt"?
That is...I have some postscript files(*.ps),and now I need to convert them to power point slide files.
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Could you be a little more specific as to what you are trying to accomplish?
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I think you should be able to just load the PostScript files in as images in PowerPoint.

HiJaak will do format conversions for you.

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Could you tell me more clear? What is HiJaaK? Where can I find it?
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You can use CorelDraw to read .ps files and save them in another image format, which is understandable by PowerPoint. I don't belive, that you can do straight .ps -> .ppt conversion.
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HiJaak is a program. Call your local computer store.
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