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Topic: Converting PPT to PDF without a little white box..
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 133062
From: ucdcrush
Date: 5/20/2005 01:07 AM

Hi,

I am converting about 20 powerpoint presentations from a recent conference, into PDFs.

When I use either the
- right click from Windows explorer: "Convert to Adobe PDF"
or
- within powerpoint, "Convert to Adobe PDF" button

options, the PDF is created and contains a small white square in the upper left hand corner of each slide. If I look at the slide while the PDF is being created, I see that little square appear while it's being created, then disappear when it's done. Since the program is busy, I can't quickly delete the square (if indeed it were even deleteable).

I have also tried printing from Powerpoint using File>Print>Printer=Adobe PDF, but this puts a white border around each slide.

Can someone tell either how to keep the little white square away, or how to print from Powerpoint without adding a border?

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