Directly Send Word 2010 Document To PowerPoint 2010

PowerPoint 2010 provides a lot of features and tools to make an awesome presentation, creating one from the scratch takes a lot of time to summarize the content of the detailed document. Word 2010 now lets user send the document content instantly to PowerPoint presentation slide which lessens the time for creating a presentation. Also it saves multiple copy/paste operations.

In order to use this feature, you need to make this feature apparent in Word Quick Access toolbar, because it is concealed by default. Navigate to Quick Access toolbar and click small drop-down button to select More Commands.

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It will bring up Word Options dialog. Hit drop-down button present beneath Choose commands. Click All Commands to show all commands which Word contains. Now scroll-down the list and find Send to Microsoft PowerPoint command. Select it and click Add (>>) to show it on Quick Access toolbar pane. Once added, hit OK.

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You will see Send button in Quick Access toolbar button. Now in Word 2010 document, set up the main headings and other content with proper indentation.

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Now click Send to PowerPoint button in Quick Access toolbar to quickly create a presentation with all text copied to it. Also notice the presentation having main headings separated in slides.

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You can also check out previously reviewed guides on How to embed Excel Spreadsheet in PowerPoint 2010 and How to Link OneNote 2010 with Word 2010.

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  • Jo_leyva

    this was very useful. i love it.

  • Pat

    Useful info thanks.

  • Matthew Schwartz

    Exactly what I was looking for.  Unfortunately Word documents don’t convert to Powerpoint very well if you have lots of graphics.

    • Donald

      I agree. It is not very useful if you have lots of graphics to convert

  • Dennisk

    As mentioned, need to expand this tool so it will transfer graphics etc — one page to one slide

  • Anonymous

    This site is terrible.  I inquired how to insert a WORD document into a PowerPoint document. The instruction states:  “Navigate to Quick Access Toolbar”.  But it does not state whether this toolbar is in WORD and/or in PowerPoint.   I can find no such toolbar in either application of Office 2010.  It may be in the author’s imagination.  The idiot who wrote these instructions is is talking to him or herself and assumes that the reader knows everything he or she knows. This is the classic error of bad directions.  Skip this site and avoid a lot of time-wasting instruction you will never be able to follow.

    • David

      This site is not terrible, it clearly states ‘in word navigate to the quick access toolbar’ so you know the toolbar you are looking for is in word.  Next it shows a picture of the toolbar being used, its only a small icon but its clear in the image, look for that small icon on the toolbar at the top of your screen.  

      As a learner you should be looking on the Internet or somewhere for any terms you don’t understand, to be useful a site like this needs to assume a basic knowledge of the word interface, it is assumed that you know what a toolbar is etc. otherwise explaining anything would need a novel writing if everything had to be described for beginners.  

      If you don’t know what a toolbar is then you are not at the level where you should be looking at customising buttons on it.  Gain a basic understanding of the tool you are using before criticising this site because of  your lack of knowledge.

      • Tali

        Hi David 

        Just chose ALL commend and you will see send to power point is there 

  • Steve

    In only shows that MS Word and PP suck, who would think you couldn’t convert the whole doc with graphics into PowerPoint… stupid!

  • Lori

    I found this very helpful and easy to understand, thank you

    • navdeep

      i hv pressed ok button…now how to retrive that file in powerpoint???

  • dollbo

    Thank you! I found this very helpful and easy to follow. However, I keep getting an error message. Here is the message: No text converter is installed for this file type. I am using a MS Word 2010 document. Any ideas?

    • Vachtel

      same here. did you manage to fix it?

  • crisgil

    No matter what I try (this method, saving as rtf and opening with powerpoint, opening from word…) I keep getting the message that there are no converters for this type of file. However, I’ve changed the whole office 2010 installation, installing everything from the hard drive (took a whole lot of hard drive), with no success. Can anyone tell me which converters it is talking about and where to get them?

    Thanks!!

  • abuma

    hi ther

  • @NjomzaJoni

    Wasn’t helpful because I can not find Send to microsoft powerpoint

    • @NjomzaJoni

      Wasn’t helpful there’s not are slides full with project

  • Shaddy Shaddyliscious Owens

    (singing) Lifesaver!!!!!

  • qitcryn

    nice tip.. doesn’t pull whole document in though.. but still nice tip.

  • Purnomo Agus

    Thank u so much and i hope u everytime good.