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There are lots of good reasons to convert your PowerPoint presentations to PDFs. Since you're here, you probably already know that. You need to know how.

If you have software like Adobe Acrobat or similar programs that let you print directly to a PDF file, you can already make PDFs.

But here's the problem ...

When you convert your PowerPoint to PDF, a lot of the interactivity disappears. The Action buttons don't act, the movies don't move and your music is strictly "Sounds of Silence". If you want your interactivity back, you have to open the PDF in Acrobat and recreate it all. And if you don't have Acrobat, you can't edit the PDF, so you can't recreate anything. And whenever there are changes to the original PowerPoint file, you have to re-make the PDF and redo all of your work in Acrobat. Are we having fun yet?

Isn't there a better way?

Yes! Prep4PDF. Now you can simply click a button in PowerPoint and get a PDF that preserves the web links, action buttons, comments, and much more from your original PowerPoint presentation. Prep4PDF does all of this for you automatically and it works with Adobe Acrobat, or any other Compatible PDF-making software. And it does it for you in seconds, so last minute changes to the PowerPoint file are no longer cause for terror.

Where to go next ...

See What does Prep4PDF do for me? to learn more about Prep4PDF's features (and What DOESN'T Prep4PDF do for me? to learn what it won't.)