By using Aspose.Total for C++ you can convert POWERPOINT file to MARKDOWN within C++ applications in two simple steps. Firstly, by using Aspose.Slides for C++ , you can export POWERPOINT to HTML. After that, by using Aspose.Cells for C++ Spreadsheet Programming API, you can convert HTML to MARKDOWN.
How to Convert POWERPOINT to MARKDOWN via C++ or Online App
- Open POWERPOINT file using Presentation class reference
- Convert POWERPOINT to HTML by using Save method
- Load HTML document by using IWorkbook class reference
- Save the document to MARKDOWN format using Save method
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Convert Protected POWERPOINT to MARKDOWN via C++
Using the API, you can also open the password-protected document. If your input POWERPOINT document is password protected, you cannot convert it to MARKDOWN without using the password. When your document is password protected, it means it enforces certain restrictions on the presentation. To remove the restrictions, the password has to be entered. A password-protected presentation is considered a locked presentation. The API allows you to open the encrypted document by passing the correct password in a LoadOptions object. The following code example shows how to open an encrypted document with a password.
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What is POWERPOINT File Format
PowerPoint, a popular presentation software developed by Microsoft, supports several file formats for saving presentations. Some of the commonly used file formats are: PPT (PowerPoint Presentation), PPTX (PowerPoint Open XML Presentation), PPS (PowerPoint Slide Show), PPSX (PowerPoint Open XML Slide Show), POT (PowerPoint Template), POTX (PowerPoint Open XML Template) and PDF (Portable Document Format). Note that PowerPoint also allows exporting presentations to other file formats such as GIF, JPG, MP4, WMV, and others, depending on the user's needs.Read More