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I want to save photos from a pps file but don't know how to do it

I want to be able to take selected photos from a pps file and save them in another location but not in the pps format. A jpeg format would be ideal.

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Good afternoon. Open the pps file and right click on the picture. You will have an option to save as picture. Once selected, name the file and the file location. Also you will have an option to save as a jpp file.

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