Insert/Embed PDF File in PowerPoint 2010 Presentation

Like its counterpart, PowerPoint 2010 also offers OLE (Object Linking & Embedding), the purpose is to link or embed a file in the presentation. In this post we are covering how to embed a PDF document in the presentation.

To embed PDF file in slide, open the slide in which you want to embed file, head over to Insert tab and click Object.

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This will open up Insert Object dialog, select Adobe Acrobat Document and click OK.

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Now specify the location of the PDF file and click Open.

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  • Julissa

    Thanks, which is the version of the program of PDF and version.

  • Andi

    I’ve gotten that far, but how do I open the PDF when I am in Slide Show mode?

  • email

    Powerpoint really doesn’t play nicely with PDf, better to open the PDF in Photoshop, render at 300dpi, save as JPEG (or Save for Web) and insert the resultant JPEG into Powerpoint.