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Extract pictures from PPS file

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Hi, I use XP and I have a lot of PPS files with pictures that I would like to convert into JPG and put into a separate folder.  I found that I can do that by doing one picture at a time but is there a faster way of doing this?
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File | Save As and choose JPG from the "save as type" dropdown.

Or you can File | Save As HTML. The images will be in the folder with the other supporting files for the HTML.
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To extract pictures from the PPT slideshow, all you have to do is export the Powerpoint Presentation as an HTML web page. [File -> Save As -> Select .html from the File Format drop down]  PowerPoint will automatically extract every picture embedded in the PPT file and save it to the local folder
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Thank you. That did it.
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