hi fellas,I want a little help from you regarding powerpoint presentation. I made a pdf document from LaTex, but my supervisor wants it to be of .ppt format. If I use the online converters , my fonts are messed up. is there a way I can work directly in .ppt format in LaTex. I used www.sharelatex.com for my project and used the beamer templates. If you know any good pdf to ppt converter or a direct way to get a .ppt output from LaTex, please let me know.regards
Perhaps this is too crude for your application - but why not embed the LaTeX formulas as graphics files? You can use a screen capture tool to copy the equations from your PDF as graphics files, then paste into PowerPoint. Of course you won't be able to edit them in PowerPoint - but do you need to?