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How to export background iamge in Power Point file *.ppt ????

Thanks a lots!!!
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bruintjeCommented:
Hi hiepbeo,

it takes a bit of tweaking, but this FAQ entry could be of help
source: http://www.rdpslides.com/pptfaq/FAQ00052.htm

hope this helps a bit
bruintje
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Galisteo8Commented:
Hi, hiepbeo,

You just want to be able to save the background image as a re-usable image file?  Then, on the slide that has the background image, simply right-click on the slide itself (NOT on any objects or text boxes that might be on the slide) and select Save Background.  Select a file-type and save location, give the file a name, and click OK.

hth,
Galisteo8
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hiepbeoAuthor Commented:
9i didn't see anything like "save background..." i only see "Background..". I don't know why i only get that. It did like this only for this file. On another file we see "save background...".

here is my file:
http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=33E64DF54B41C8F2
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Galisteo8Commented:
It could be the version(s) of PowerPoint you are using.  I'm pretty sure that in PPT 2000, the "Save Background" option is NOT there, while in PPT 2002 and newer, the "Save Background" option IS there.  I don't have both versions right here with me to double-check that assertion right this moment, however.

In the meantime, there's another way to quickly save off any background as a separate image file.  Save your file first, then go to a slide where the background image is present.  Delete all other items from the slide so all you see is the background image.  Go to File > Save As... and choose a file type such as jpg.  Change the filename if you need to, and the folder destination and then click the Save button.  PowerPoint will ask if you want to export every slide in the presentation, or just the current one; choose to export only the current slide (that would be the "No" option).  Now, close your PowerPoint file WITHOUT saving it.

Your background image is now its own file.

--Galisteo8
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bruintjeCommented:
maybe i'm missing something but you said background of the slide

the above link was a bit vague try this

source: http://www.amazingvisio.com/visio_HowTo_PowerPoint.htm
1. Choose menu File > Save As
2. Specify a file location and a file name
3. Choose PNG as the Save As Type
4. Click Save then click Current Slide Only
5. The background is saved as a PNG file


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bruintjeCommented:
hmmm now i see that Galisteo8 said that too, but it was in the FAQ entry too in my first comment
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Galisteo8Commented:
> it was in the FAQ entry too in my first comment

Ah, so it was!  Although it referred to exporting the whole slide.  I glossed over it while scanning for info on exporting just the background.
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hiepbeoAuthor Commented:
I don't know why but when i use it with version 2002. All is OK!
Thank you !
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