PowerPoint has long been the only slide making tool available to us.
However, recently, a bunch of cool slide-making tools have come up.
One of such service is Google Slides.
The biggest benefit of Google Slides (or any Google App) is that you can collaborate with others at the same time.
As some of us migrate to these new slide making tools, most of the work still exist in the PowerPoint format.
In this tutorial, I will show you various ways to convert PowerPoint to Google Slides:
Let’s go through these methods in detail.
Here are the steps to convert Excel to Google Sheets by importing the Excel file:
The conversion is mostly very good. I have sometimes noticed the images get stretched a bit, but otherwise, my experience so far in converting PowerPoint to Google Slides has been good.
This method is best suited when you have a couple of PowerPoint files that you want to convert to Google Slides. If you have a lot of times, I suggest you use the next method outlined in this article.
This method is best suited when you have a lot of PowerPoint files that you want to convert to Google Slides.
Here are the steps to convert PowerPoint to Google Slides while uploading to Google Drive:
Now, when you upload a PowerPoint file to Google Drive, it will automatically be converted into the Google Slides format.
This is the way to go when you have a lot of PowerPoint files that you want to convert to Google Slides.
If you already have some PowerPoint files in Google Drive, or if you don’t like the idea of Google Drive automatically converting your PowerPoint files to Google Slides format, this method is for you.
You can choose to convert selected files into the Google Sheets format.
Here are the steps to Convert an Excel file in Google Drive into Google Sheets:
This will open the file in Google Sheets, however, your file in the Google Drive would continue to be in the Excel file format.
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