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How to Convert and Share Your Google Slides into PowerPoint

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Google Slides has become really popular because it’s easy to use and works online.

You can make your presentations and share them easily. If you’re here, it’s probably because you want to present your slides without an internet connection.

So, if you’ve made a presentation in Google Slides and need to share it offline, here’s how to convert it into PowerPoint effortlessly.

Exporting your Google Slides Presentation

Follow these steps by numbers to export your presentation from Google Slides,

1. Open the Google Slides presentation you want to convert.

2. Click on the “File” menu at the top left corner of the screen.

3. From the drop-down menu, select “Download.”

4. Choose “Microsoft PowerPoint (.pptx)” from the available formats.

Three special steps are mentioned in the Google Slides.

5. Your selected Google Slides presentation will be downloaded to your computer in PowerPoint format.

Now that you have the PowerPoint file on your computer, you can open it using Microsoft PowerPoint. Once opened, you may want to make a few adjustments to ensure everything appears as intended. Here are some essential modifications to consider:

1. Review the formatting

Check for any formatting inconsistencies or differences between Google Slides and PowerPoint. Make necessary adjustments to maintain the visual integrity of your presentation.

2. Check fonts and images

Fonts may appear differently in PowerPoint compared to Google Slides. Verify that all fonts are correctly displayed and make adjustments if necessary. Similarly, ensure that all images and graphics are in the correct positions and maintain their quality.

3. Verify animations and transitions

Google Slides and PowerPoint may have varying animation and transition effects. Review each slide to ensure that the animations and transitions are preserved and modify them if needed.

4. Test interactive elements

If your Google Slides presentation contains hyperlinks or interactive elements, test them in PowerPoint to ensure they work as expected.

Saving and Sharing the PowerPoint Presentation

Once you have made all the necessary modifications to your converted presentation, it’s time to save and share it in PowerPoint format. Follow these steps:

1. Click on the “File” menu in PowerPoint.

2. Choose “Save As” to open the saving options.

Three red rectangular shape are placed in the procedure to save the PowerPoint.

3. Select a destination folder on your computer and enter a filename for your PowerPoint presentation.

4. Choose the appropriate PowerPoint format (.pptx) from the available options.

5. Click “Save” to save your converted Google Slides presentation as a PowerPoint file.

You can share your Google Slides presentation offline by saving it as a local file on your computer.


Converting and sharing your presentations from Google Slides to PowerPoint doesn’t have to be a tough task. By following the steps outlined in the above-given words, you can seamlessly convert your Google Slides presentations to PowerPoint format while preserving the integrity of your content.

Remember to review the formatting, check fonts and images, verify animations and transitions, and test interactive elements to ensure a smooth transition. With these simple steps, you can effectively collaborate and share your presentations with colleagues and clients using the PowerPoint platform.

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