How to Convert PowerPoint 2003 to Video Format

August 7, 2012 / Posted by Dupont on PowerPoint Tips

PowerPoint 2003 is surely the most classic version in the Microsoft Office family. There are already 2 new versions released (PowerPoint 2007 and PowerPoint 2010) and the third (PowerPoint 2013) is coming out soon. But Microsoft cannot stop people from sticking to their favorite edition that they have used for years.

As an experienced user, I have to say PowerPoint 2003 is really great with concise interface, small size, fast speed and powerful functions. People would say why should we upgrade since all we need is available in PowerPoint 2003? It’s reasonable, but PowerPoint 2010 added a new function to save PowerPoint as video directly within the program.

By saving PowerPoint as video, you don’t need to worry about the PowerPoint versions anymore, or even the different computer operating system. For PowerPoint 2003, you will need the help of Leawo PPT to Video Converter to convert PowerPoint 2003 to video with the full range of effects and transitions.

Full Guide

Add PowerPoint files.

Free download and install Leawo PowerPoint to Video Converter on your computer. Please launch the program and click “Add” to import initial PowerPoint documents. PowerPoint 2003 formats like PPT, PPS, POT are all supported by this tool.

Output video settings.

Click “Profile” and choose a desired output video format for your PowerPoint 2003 files. More than 20 popular video formats are free for you to choose such as AVI, WMV, MP4, FLV, MOV, VOB, 3GP, etc.

Video parameters.

Click “Settings” to adjust the video size manually, including codec, bit rate, frame rate, aspect ratio, channel, etc.


After the audio and video settings, you need to push “Customize” button to personalize a few additional settings.


If all the settings are done, press “Start” button to convert PowerPoint 2003 to video format. During the conversion process, you can preview the output video in real time.



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