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How to Compress a PPT File In 60 Seconds

It's not unusual for a PowerPoint file to be somewhat large. Yet many email providers have a file size limitation for attachments. Since Microsoft PowerPoint files are often shared via email or online, you may need to compress the file down so that it fits as an attachment.  Let's learn how to compress PowerPoint files and reduce the file size.  Before we jump into the steps for this tutorial, we also have a helpful resource to complement this tutorial.
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