PPTX - Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 XML Presentation

What is a PPTX file

A PPTX file is a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation file format introduced in Microsoft Office 2007. It is an XML-based file format and uses the .pptx file extension. These files are used for creating presentations containing images, text, charts, graphs, audio, video, and other multimedia elements.

PPTX files are typically smaller in size than their predecessor, the PPT file, because they use the ZIP compression algorithm. This results in faster file transfers and easier file management.

Due to its widespread use, most presentation software supports opening and editing PPTX files. Additionally, PPTX files can be converted to other formats such as PDF or video formats for easier sharing and distribution.

How do I open a PPTX file

PPTX files can be accessed by any program that supports the XML format.

Here is a list of some programs that can open PPTX files:

  • Microsoft PowerPoint
  • LibreOffice
  • Apache OpenOffice
  • Google Slides (online, web-based)
  • Apple Keynote< (Mac, iOS), etc.

How do I convert PPTX files

With our free PDF to PPTX converter, you can turn your PDFs into editable PowerPoint documents.

Find out: How to insert a PDF into a PowerPoint and how to convert a PDF into a PowerPoint Presentation.