To display PDF material on a slide Take a screenshot of the desired section of a PDF and paste it into your slide. Keep a PDF file as a backup for your presentation. Insert the complete PDF as an item in the presentation that you may access and examine throughout the presentation. To view this material, users will need to open it using Adobe Reader.
If you need to include a PDF in your presentation, just insert it so that the first page appears on a slide, or add a hyperlink that will open the PDF when you click it during the presentation.
Select the slide on which you wish to add the file in PowerPoint, and then go to Insert > Object. Pick Create from file and then enter the PDF file location in the Insert Object box; or click Browse, find the PDF file, and then select OK. This incorporates the PDF file into the presentation file. You can also use this method to insert other file types such as images, videos, or music tracks.
As an object, insert a PDF file. The file will be inserted into the presentation as a visible object.
The file will be added to the slide.
When you save a presentation as a PDF file, the formatting and layout are frozen. Even if they do not have PowerPoint, anyone can watch the slides but not make changes to them. Choose File > Export. In the Save As dialog box, under Save in Adobe PDF format, select PDFFormat 4 from the drop-down list.
PDF files may be created from PowerPoint presentations.
Open the presentation to which you wish to add a slide. Click New Slide in the Slides group on the Home page, then click Reuse Slides. Click the slide you wish to add to your presentation in the All Slides list. Then type any text for your new slide in the Text box, and click OK.