Copy any item in a PowerPoint presentation and paste it into an Intuiface experience as an image that can be treated like any other Image Asset. Regardless of what you copy, PowerPoint places an image of that item into the Windows Clipboard. For example, you can copy/paste:
- Individual text boxes and pictures included in a specific slide
- All slide contents a single PowerPoint slide
- All slides in the slide sorter view
In each case, the result is represented in Intuiface Composer by a single Image asset located in the Content Library. This means, for example, that copying a video embedded in a PowerPoint slide deck will still result in an image pasted into an Intuiface experience.
As noted above, copying the text container in PowerPoint and pasting it into an Intuiface experience will paste it as an image. (This is what PowerPoint places into the clipboard.)
Here is how to copy only the text:
- In PowerPoint, copy the text inside the container, not the container itself.
- Paste the text into Notepad to remove all hidden characters that PowerPoint may have inserted. Composer does not display or remove these hidden characters, and their presence will prevent the saving or publishing of the project.
- Copy the text in Notepad.
- Then either
- Paste this text into the Text property of the Simple Text asset, located in the Properties panel.
- Paste this text directly into the Rich Text asset in the scene.
Using either method, it may be necessary to adjust font color, size, etc.
Convert PowerPoint to HTML
Several online converters will create HTML code from a PowerPoint Presentation. You can then use the generated code into the HTML Frame asset available in Intuiface.