Google introduces Presentation PDF support

Google has added PDF support to the presentations component of Google Docs.

Google introduces Presentation PDF support

Presentation can now export slides in the PDF format, enabling presentations to be saved offline. There’s also a set of PDF-based printing options that enable up to 12 slides to be printed on single sheet.

Vector shapes have also been introduced, allowing users to incorporate basic diagrams and drawings into their presentations, including block arrows and speech bubbles.

Alongside these features Google’s Docs team has released an application designed to make it easier to upload files to Docs from the desktop. The Documents List Uploader lets users browse local files and selectively upload the ones they want to edit, share, or publish using Google Docs.

The announcement represents the second significant update of Presentation this month, after Google added support for custom headers and footers on printed documents.

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