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How to convert PowerPoint presentation to video
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Microsoft has several high-standard and time conserving tools for their consumers and PowerPoint is one of them. Although you have to purchase Microsoft Office, it is worth the money. PowerPoint makes it easier to make a stunning presentation within a few moments and without having any graphic designing knowledge. Having said that, if you have created a PPT file and wanted to convert PowerPoint presentation to video, do follow this article.
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