Add-ins :: Batch Exporter for Microsoft PowerPoint®


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What is Batch Exporter?

Fast, efficient and streamlined to export the components of a presentation in an organized manner for archival or other related purposes.

Batch exporter is a tool designed to breakup the elements of a presentation into various components. These export components presently are Slide, Images and Text. The key word being batch – the user can perform the operations on several specified presentations in a single session in a quick and efficient manner.

Slides: A presentation is made up of slides however for cataloguing purposes you might want to stored each slide in the presentation as a separate file. The slide export component does that precisely. It saves each slide in the presentation as an individual presentation.

Images: Images of the slides can be exported into a variety of formats supported by Microsoft PowerPoint – JPG, EMF, TIFF, PNG, WMF, BMP etc to name a few common formats. They can be exported at multiple resolutions during the same export session.

Text: The component enables the user to extract the text from the presentation and notes pages and organize it into a single file or individual files for each slide.

You can download the trial version. None of the features have been disabled in the trial version. You can use it for 14 days or export up to 100 presentations. If you find the tool useful, you can make a purchase online to register your copy. 

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How does one use the Batch Exporter?

The flow of the program is designed to make it a simple experience. The Batch Exporter Wizard takes you through each step.

  • You begin by specifying the folder in which the application should search for presentations. The search can include sub folder and you can also specify multiple naming criteria for locating specific presentations in the selected folders.
  • You make the selection of the presentations that need to be processed from the search results.
  • The output folder needs to be specified. All the exported components will be saved within this folder and the components of each presentation is stored under the folder using the following convention <output folder>\<presentation name>. Each component can be exported to a specific folder within the above folder too.
  • Slide images can be exported into multiple formats by selecting the choices from displayed list. This list is dependant on the export filters installed on the system when PowerPoint was installed.
  • Slides can be exported as separate presentations in their own respect. The fonts can be embedded within the exported slides.
  • All the text from the shapes on the slides as well as the notes pages can be exported into text files.
  • For each of the components, the file naming convention can be specified.
  • Finally before processing, the user can save the choices made to reuse them later under a name. This set of choices can be loaded during any future sessions.