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Supported Formats of Electronic Presentation

A presentation is a set of slides that may include different types of content such as images, media files, text, effects, etc. The Presentation Editor handles the following presentation formats:

While uploading or opening the file for editing, it will be converted to the Office Open XML format. It's done to speed up the file processing and increase the interoperability.

Formats Description View Edit natively Edit after conversion to OOXML Download as
PPT File format used by Microsoft PowerPoint + +
PPTX Office Open XML Presentation
Zipped, XML-based file format developed by Microsoft for representing spreadsheets, charts, presentations, and word processing documents
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POTX PowerPoint Open XML Document Template
Zipped, XML-based file format developed by Microsoft for presentation templates. A POTX template contains formatting settings, styles, etc. and can be used to create multiple presentations with the same formatting
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ODP OpenDocument Presentation
File format that represents presentations created by Impress application, which is a part of OpenOffice based office suites
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OTP OpenDocument Presentation Template
OpenDocument file format for presentation templates. An OTP template contains formatting settings, styles, etc. and can be used to create multiple presentations with the same formatting
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PDF Portable Document Format
File format used to represent documents regardless of application software, hardware, and operating systems used.
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PDF/A Portable Document Format / A
An ISO-standardized version of the Portable Document Format (PDF) designed for archivation and long-term preservation of electronic documents.
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PNG Portable Network Graphics
PNG is a raster-graphics file format that is widely used on the web rather than for photography and artwork.
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JPG Joint Photographic Experts Group
The most common compressed image format used for storing and transmitting digital images.
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