Online PowerPoint Splitter

Split PowerPoint into multiple files. Split PPT or PPTX.

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How to Split a PowerPoint Presentation

How to Split a PowerPoint Presentation

  1. Click Drop or upload your file.
  2. Select the PowerPoint you want to split your computer.
  3. Specify your preferred split parameters. Or you can use the default split setting.
  4. Choose your preferred format for the resulting files. Or you can use the default option (PDF).
  5. Click the Split button.
  6. Wait while Aspose Splitter does its work.
  7. Click the DOWNLOAD NOW button.
    Or you can type in an email address and click the message icon. The email address will receive a download link.

Aspose.Slides Splitter App is used to split the slides in presentations (PPTX, PPT, ODP, and others), presentation templates, and presentation slide shows. By default, it splits presentation by individual slides into separate files. Other splitting options are provided.

You can save the resulting file in a document, textual, web, or image format. The PowerPoint Splitter can be used alongside the Merger app to process presentations to achieve different objectives.

Splitter App is a free app powered by Aspose.Slides.

Aspose.Slides for .NET

Aspose.Slides Splitter

  • Split PPT into multiple files. Split PPT slides.
  • Split PPTX into multiple files. Split PPTX slides.
  • Split PowerPoint slides into separate files.
  • Split PowerPoint, presentation, template, or slide show in these formats: PPT, PPTX, POTM, PPSX, ODP.
  • Save the results in any format: PDF, PPTX, PPT, etc.
  • Use your preferred splitting options: split by slide range, split every slide, split odd and even slides, split by slide number.

Split presentations in your projects

The Presentation Splitter application is based on Aspose.Slides API. Split presentations in .NET, Java, C++, and Python applications or projects. Split presentations via native APIs.

  • Split presentations in .NET, Java, Python, C++, Go, Android, etc.
  • Integrate presentation splitting and processing in .NET, Java, C++, Web, Android, and other languages.
  • 100% private on-premise API — all files are processed on your own servers.

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  1. How do I split a PowerPoint Presentation?
    Use the PowerPoint Splitter on this page.
  2. Can I split a PPT presentation by slide numbers?
    Yes, you can split a presentation by slide numbers. Simply type in the slide numbers, separate the numbers with spaces or commas, and proceed with the splitting operation.
  3. Can I split a presentation and save it as another file?
    Yes. You can split a presentation to obtain a PDF, image (JPEG or PNG), or other files.
  4. What PowerPoint or presentation formats does the Splitter support?
    Aspose Splitter supports these formats: PPTX, PPT, and ODP.
  5. What is the maximum file size that can be uploaded?
    100MB is the maximum file size allowed.
  6. Can I trust Aspose Splitter?
    Yes, you can. Aspose Splitter is safe to use. All uploaded files are stored in secure servers to ensure no one accesses your data. Uploaded files are also deleted after 24 hours.
Fast and easy

Fast and Easy Splitting

Upload the presentation, specify your preferred parameters and options, and then click Split . You then get a download link.

Split from Anywhere

Our PowerPoint Splitter works on all platforms: Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS. All files are processed on our servers. No plugin or software installation is required.
High quality

Quality Splitting

The splitting process is powered by industry-leading Aspose.Slides APIs, which are widely used in many Fortune 100 companies across 114 countries.

Other Supported Splitters

You can split documents in other formats. See the Splitters for other files below.

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