Convert pptm to eps
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A .pptm extension file is a macro enabled open XML, Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation file. The presentation pages that are termed as slides comprise of text, images, videos, graphs and other components including media files that are required in a presentation. This feature is especially helpful to create presentations for the academic, marketing and business domains where a large amount of content needs to be stored. The advantage of using the .pptm extension as compared to .pptx is that macros can be executed in files with this extension whereas it is not possible to execute macros in .pptx files even if it has macros in it, apart from that both formats have similar features. Microsoft introduced the Open XML format for PowerPoint presentations in 2007 hence files with this extension cannot be opened with previous PowerPoint versions. However, if a Microsoft Compatibility Pack is installed along with the previous versions, it would be possible to open the files with .pptm extension.
The legacy EPS format or encapsulated postscript file format was developed as a document interchange format by Adobe systems in 1992 to facilitate cross platform importing and exporting of vector graphical documents between supporting applications and documents. The EPS file is commonly associated with Adobe illustrator and other applications that support the postscript language. The EPS format supports vector graphics, bitmap images, as well as text but is more commonly used for graphic representation. It is worth noting that EPS files exist as final-form representations allowing minimal editing once created. The exception to this is the support of a few transformation operation such as rotation, scaling, and clipping. An EPS file is usually produced to be included in other documents such as text documents.