Aspose.Total for Java File Format Automation libraries empower Java developers to automate the batch conversion process of PowerPoint PPSX to Word WORD. Converting the document is a two-step process and involves using two APIs. We’ll use Aspose.Slides for Java that is a PowerPoint API for presentations manipulation and management to convert PPSX to HTML. After that by using feature-rich Word Processing API Aspose.Words for Java we will convert the HTML to WORD.
How to Convert PPSX to WORD via Java or Online App
- Open PPSX file using Presentation class
- Convert PPSX to HTML by using save method and set Html as SaveFormat
- Load the converted HTML file using Document class
- Save the document to DOCX format using save method
PPSX File Conversion in Java
For PPSX to WORD file conversion, you can easily use Aspose.Total for Java directly from a Maven based project and include libraries in your pom.xml.
Alternatively, you can get a ZIP file from downloads .
Free Online Converter for PPSX to WORD
Convert PPSX to WORD with Watermark via Java
Using the API, you can also perform PPSX file to WORD conversion with watermark. In order to add a watermark to your WORD document, you can first convert the PPSX file to HTML and add a watermark to it. In order to add a watermark, load the newly created HTML file using the Document class, create an instance of TextWatermarkOptions and set its properties, Call Watermark.setText method and pass watermark text & object of TextWatermarkOptions.
Explore PPSX Conversion Options with Java
What is PPSX File Format
PPSX is a PowerPoint Slide Show file. It is a XML-based format that stores slides in a presentation. It is used to store presentations created in Microsoft PowerPoint. PPSX files are similar to PPTX files, but they are saved in a compressed format. PPSX files can be opened in PowerPoint 2007 or later.Read More
What is WORD File Format
There are several file formats associated with Microsoft Word, the most popular word processing software. The most common file formats include DOC (Word Document), DOCX (Word Open XML Document), RTF (Rich Text Format), TXT (Plain Text), PDF (Portable Document Format), ODT (OpenDocument Text) and HTML (Hypertext Markup Language). There are other less common formats such as DOT, DOTM, and DOTX, which are used for document templates, and MHT and MHTML, which are used for saving web pages.Read More