... If you have Acrobat or some other means of generating a PDF file from the PPT presentation, you can then copy the text in one swell foop from the PDF intoMessage 1 of 3 , Feb 25, 2002View SourceOn 2/25/02 4:25 AM, "Martin Janda" <martinjanda@...> wrote:
> afaik, there are two ways - the obvious manual one (copy and paste to WordIf you have Acrobat or some other means of generating a PDF file from the
> and count) and the high-tech option, i.e. segmenting in and counting by a
> CAT tool (e.g. Trados/T-Window or DejaVu). HOwever, even the CATs sometimes
> miss a piece of text, so you have to double check and copy/paste anyway.
PPT presentation, you can then copy the text in one swell foop from the PDF
into your favorite word processor. Of course that would still miss notes and
any other text not visible in the slides.
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