The following options are available for PowerPoint:
Layers in pivot tables. By default, inclusion or exclusion of pivot table layers is controlled by the table properties for each pivot table. You can override this setting and include all layers or exclude all but the currently visible layer. See the topic Table properties: printing for more information.
Wide Pivot Tables. Controls the treatment of tables that are too wide for the defined document width. By default, the table is wrapped to fit. The table is divided into sections, and row labels are repeated for each section of the table. Alternatively, you can shrink wide tables or make no changes to wide tables and allow them to extend beyond the defined document width.
Include footnotes and captions. Controls the inclusion or exclusion of all pivot table footnotes and captions.
Use Viewer outline entries as slide titles. Includes a title on each slide that is created by the export. Each slide contains a single item that is exported from the Viewer. The title is formed from the outline entry for the item in the outline pane of the Viewer.
Views of Models. By default, inclusion or exclusion of model views is controlled by the model properties for each model. You can override this setting and include all views or exclude all but the currently visible view. See the topic Model properties for more information. (Note: all model views, including tables, are exported as graphics.)
Page Setup for Export. This opens a dialog where you can define the page size and margins for the exported document. The document width used to determine wrapping and shrinking behavior is the page width minus the left and right margins.
To set PowerPoint export options
- Make the Viewer the active window (click anywhere in the window).
- From the
- Select PowerPoint as the export format.
- Click Change Options.
Note: Export to PowerPoint is available only on Windows operating systems.