ImageExport is a PowerPoint add-in that makes it possible to export PowerPoint slides, and now separate images, in high resolution. I’ve written about this add-in in several previous posts, but I’d never shown you how to use it…until now.
From their Website: “PowerPoint itself can export your slides to several graphics formats, but it doesn’t let you control the size of the images, the range of slides to be exported, the way the images are named or … really much of anything. And the text quality is often very poor.”
I’ve been using this software for years, and it’s just been updated to also allow me to export images (instead of exporting the entire slide, then cropping down to the image). Major time saver for me!
I’ve recorded three videos that show you how to use ImageExport with PowerPoint. All total, they’re about 10 minutes.
- Part 1. Gives you various examples of how I use the software.
- Part 2. Demos how to export an entire slide.
- Part 3. Demos how to export an image that’s on a slide.
Download the free trial of ImageExport and put this powerful, affordable PowerPoint add-in to work. It’s only $29.95!