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I have a ppsx file with images that I want usable in other environments than office suites: it would be perfect having them as separate images. I could then use them directly; or create a pdf from them (I find easy converting images to pdf and extracting images from pdf). Or may it is possible to convert the ppsx file into pdf with a command or GUI?

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A general solution for all documents supported by LO can be found here: askubuntu.com/questions/60778/how-to-convert-an-odt-to-pdf/… –  Glutanimate Mar 22 '13 at 23:14
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LibreOffice supports exporting of presentations to pdf format.

All you have to do is open the presentation in Libreoffice (Impress, the PowerPoint equivalent), then go to File > Export to PDF.

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