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Create PDF From PowerPoint, Word or Excel With Moyea PPT to PDF Converter

We have mentioned about many PDF creators in previous articles to help you convert any documents and images into PDF file. Here is another, very simple to use PDF convertor software, which can convert Microsoft Office documents (PowerPoint, Word or Excel) to high quality PDF file.

Moyea PPT to PDF Converter is a free program that goes beyond what its name suggests as PPT to PDF. It not only lets you save your PPT data onto protective PDF files, but it can also convert most printable Windows applications including Word, Excel and PowerPoint to PDF file in one mouse click.

Moyea PPT to PDF Converter has an intuitive interface and very easy to use. After installation, click on Add button and then drag and drop your files, and then click Convert button to convert them to PDF.

From the settings menu, you can choose options like resolution, compatibility, fonts, etc.

Interested users can download Moyea PPT to PDF Converter free at source here.


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