Seeking a way to easily open and save PowerPoint presentations in Keynote? This month’s Automator workflow shows you how. I am trying to run the script (pasted below) to convert a powerpoint pptx file to ppt file using Office But it throws a lot of security warnings. Microsoft Office for Mac (and ) includes several Automator workflows, but Microsoft is no longer providing Automator actions for.
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MacScripter / Batch-convert ppt to pdf
Whether or not that will work for you is going to depend on the version of PowerPoint used to create the presentation. Dec 9, 2: Reply Helpful Thread reply – more options Link to this Post.
Dec 8, I wanted to export to TXT.
As far as I can tell, MS Office no longer supports Automator directly, applescripy you have a choice of hacking what you can from the actions or using AppleScript. Rather than messing around, trying to debug incompatible actions, AppleScript is your friend here.
I got the idea with the keystrokes from Nigel’s little how-to. Whether or not they work will depend on what version of PowerPoint created the presentation Whether or not that will work for you is going to depend on the version of PowerPoint used to create the presentation.
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Batch-convert ppt to pdf Unfortuntely the version. Jacques Rioux Jacques Rioux. At least for a pp The applescript works fine for all the versions of Office prior to Office So, you must run an AppleScript from the Automator workflow Here is the script edited: Email Required, but never shown.
In this page I found the following non working apple script: Batch-convert applescriph to pdf Hi all I’m trying to write a script to batch-convert all the ppts in a folder to pdf. When I search in actions for “convert”, here’s what I get.
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There are a few ways applwscript can come at this. Doesn’t work for me in Thanks for this link. Batch-convert ppt to pdf One last question: Plonum – Convert images to iWork Numbers documents. And of course I still have no clue what AS wants to tell me. That basically works, but only if I have PowerPoint open before I drag a file into the folder. I always try to avoid nested application tell blocks.
Applescript to convert pptx file to ppt in Powerpoint I am trying applescgipt run the script pasted below to convert a powerpoint pptx file to ppt file using Office I always get either the error message System Events recieved an Error: It even triggers the “Drucken For one presentation, do you get errors converting from pptx to ppt?
Thanks so much for the quick reply. Might it be a change in Leopard?