How to Convert Presentations from Google Slides to PowerPoint

PowerPoint y Google Slides are currently the most popular presentation software. Some people will prefer one to the other, and PowerPoint has been around for a longer time, but both programs have found a way to be compatible with each other’s files. In this new Slidesgo School tutorial, you’ll learn how to convert your Google Slides presentation into a PowerPoint presentation.

How to Export a Google Slides Presentation to PowerPoint — From Google Slides

  • Open your presentation in Google Slides.
  • Click File → Download → Microsoft PowerPoint (.pptx).
Downloading a Google Slides presentation as a .pptx file
Downloading the presentation as a .pptx file
  • A copy of your Google Slides presentation will be saved as a .pptx file (PowerPoint file format).
Converted presentation
Converted presentation

How to Export a Google Slides Presentation to PowerPoint — From Google Drive

  • Access your Google Drive.
  • Select the presentation you want to download.
Selecting a presentation in Google Drive
Selecting a presentation
  • Right-click → Download.
Downloading a presentation from Google Drive
Downloading a presentation
  • A copy of your Google Slides presentation will be saved as a .pptx file (PowerPoint file format).

How to Adjust Your Google Slides Presentation in PowerPoint

  • Most likely, the font used in your Google Slides presentation won’t be installed in your PC. All Google Slides presentations use fonts from Google Fonts. As for our templates, you’ll find URLs to each font that we’ve used. For more information, please refer to the “How to Change, Embed or Add Fonts in PowerPoint” tutorial.
Fonts from Google Fonts
Fonts from Google Fonts
  • The color of the hyperlinks present in your Google Slides presentation could revert to PowerPoint’s default blue if that color wasn’t set in the master slides. For more information, please refer to the “How to Add or Change Themes in Google Slides” tutorial.
Setting the colors of hyperlinks in PowerPoint
Setting the colors of hyperlinks
  • If any picture or image was rotated in your Google Slides presentation, it will go back to its original position in PowerPoint, so you’ll need to re-adjust it.
Readjusting images after conversion in PowerPoint
Readjusting images after conversion