James H. Smith asks. How can I convert a PDF file into PowerPoint if I have Office 365, but can't afford Pdf To Ppt Converter Pro? Wait you pay around $60 per year for basic microsoft office 365, and you claim not to be able to pay for Pdf To Ppt Converter software. I think road apples are about. You have the Powerpoint software as part of basic microsoft office 365, this is the program you create the presentation in. This is where you author the presentation, then you export this to a PDF if that is need. You need some page out of a PDF file or a part of page a graphic out of PDF file. The legal, correct and smart way is go to the original file that the PDF was exported form. If you were not the original file author, you need permission to use it. If you have that then you have access to the original files and resources that made it. If not then your just stealing. If the PDF file is secured, then a reason exist for that. Taking from the PDF with out the rights do do so is copyright infringement, your are stealing.
You are not a copyright owner until you are authorized, when you are authorized, you are copyright owner. If you own a copyright, then you own the original file, you can even claim that. If the file is shared among others, you have the rights to do so, your file is the original, it is yours. A PDF file is just a file, that is it, and you can use it to create and share files or presentations. This only applies to what is inside the file, it is not what you can do with it. To create a file which has something that is related to another file, you would need to use a program. If you have some text in the original text is protected, then you must use a program so that you can use what you want. If you have the rights to use a.