Convert or Save PowerPoint Slides to 300 DPI High Resolution JPG or JPEG file

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I just wanted to share my new learnt experience on the microsoft powerpoint. I was asked to convert powerpoint.ppt file to jpg file in High Definition or higher resolution than that microsoft power point will do by default. By default, PowerPoint 2010 generates JPEG files with a resolution of just 960 pixels by 720 pixels, which is too small for high quality prints. We just need to edit the Windows Registry in order to set the dpi to 300. You just have to add a new value in the Registry to tell PowerPoint what resolution to use when converting slides to JPEG images so Don't worry that you will mess up with the registry, as editing the registry might actually be a big deal to our computer.

Now, lets get started.

Step 1
Save your presentation and close PowerPoint.
Step 2
Click "Start" menu, type "regedit" in the Run box and press "Enter" to launch the Windows Registry Editor.
Step 3
Navigate to the "HKEY_CURRENT_USER > Software > Microsoft > Office > 14.0 > PowerPoint > Options". You will see that by different version of microsoft office installed, you will see different version, such as 11 is for Office 2003, 12 is for Office 2007, 14 is for Office 2010.
Step 4
Find the "Edit" menu right beside "File" then select "New" and click "DWORD32." ( i was using win7, u will see "DWORD" only on winXP)
Step 5
Type in "ExportBitmapResolution" and press "Enter."
Step 6
Right-click the new ExportBitmapResolution key and select "Modify."
Step 7
Type the DPI corresponding to the resolution you want to use for your converted JPEG files. For 3000 pixels by 2250 pixels, type "300," for 2500 by 1875 pixels, type "250," for 2000 by 1500 pixels, type "200." The default value is 96, or 960 by 720 pixels.
Step 8
Make sure select the "Decimal" option and click "OK." You can close the Registry Editor now.
Step 9
Launch PowerPoint on your computer and open the presentation you want to convert to JPEG.
Step 10
Click the "File" menu and click "Save As."
Step 11
Select "JPEG File Interchange Format (*.jpg)" in the Save As Type drop-down box.
Step 12
Type a name for your new JPEG files in the File Name box.
Step 13
Use the built-in file browser to select a folder in which to save the high-resolution JPEG files.
Step 14
Click "Save" to start converting the slides.
Step 15
Click "Every Slide" if you want to export all slides or "Current Slide Only" to convert only the current slide.

Enjoy the new exported HD picture!

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