Copy multiple pictures from a .pps pdf to a .pptx powerpoint.

Hi,
Hoiw do I copy multiple pictures from a .pps pdf to past into a .pptx pdf?  Did it before, but forgot how.  Please advise.

Thanks,
Joe
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Echo_SCommented:
Please clarify whether you need to copy from a PPS or a PDF -- they're two completely different things.

Also, which version of PowerPoint are you actually using?
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jstaron7Author Commented:
Hi,

Thanks for the correction! Trying to copy froma a Microsoft Office Powerpoint.pps to a Microsoft Office Powerpoint.ppt.  The .pps has many pictures int it but shows only in a slideshow.  

Thanks,
Joe
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Echo_SCommented:
You can open a PPS file from within PPT. Just open PPT, then go to File | Open and navigate to the PPS.
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Echo_SCommented:
From there, you can even use File | Save As and choose an image type in the dropdown box to save all slides as images. That may or may not help, depending on the file. Sounds like what you really needed was how to open the PPS in editing view, though.
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jstaron7Author Commented:
Echo  S:
Found the answeer:
PowerPoint supports exporting an entire presentation or individual slides as image files.  Since you only want one slide, first highlight the slide you want to export in the Slide Sorter (the thumbnail view of the slides on the left hand side of the screen).  If the Slide Sorter isn't visible onscreen, make it visible by choosing View > Slide Sorter from the menu.

Next, choose File > Save As. Select a name for the file and change the Save as Type from .ppt to an image format like GIF, JPG or PNG. Click the Save button. After you click save, PowerPoint will display the option to export the entire slideshow as individual images or only the current slide with a dialog box that looks like this:
 
Thanks,
Joe
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jstaron7Author Commented:
Thanks!
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