This export option will export your slides from Figma to a
.pptx file that you can open with Google Slides.
To use this option, click the Export Presentation button in the Pitchdeck toolbar, then ensure that either the Gooogle Slides (.pptx file) option is selected as the presentation export format. Once you’ve configured your export settings, you can click the Export button to begin exporting your slides.
Using Retina @2x Images
Enabling the 2x Retina Images toggle option will automatically export any JPG and PNG images at retina (@2x) resolution. This will give you sharper looking images in your presentation, but will also increase the file sizes of any JPG and PNG images.
Enabling the Compress Images toggle option will compress any JPG and PNG images used in your presentation.
Downsizing your Figma layer fills
Enabling the Downsize Large Figma Image Fills toggle will automatically resize (and lightly compress) any Figma image fills on your layers to their actual layer size. This is useful if you've originally imported high resolution images to your Figma file, but then shrunk the layer dimensions down to be much smaller (with the original large image file still being used).
One common case of this would be adding a large image from Unsplash (or another stock photo site/plugin), the resizing that layer to be used as a much smaller "card" or "avatar" image. This can cause the performance of your Figma file to slow down and potentially crash when exporting these layers via the Pitchdeck export options; so using this feature will help save file size and improve page performance in your Figma file.
Using editable text
Enabling the Use Editable Text option will export your
.pptx file with text that can be edited in PowerPoint/Keynote/Google Slides. When this option is not enabled, all text will be exported as text. Please note that there may be some minor visual differences between editable text in PowerPoint/Keynote/Google Slides and Figma.
.pptx file on a computer which doesn't have the fonts used in Figma installed will cause the text to look different than it does in the Figma design. Please ensure you install any required fonts or replace/substitute any missing fonts in PowerPoint/Keynote/Google Slides where needed.
Rendering bullet/number lists
Enabling the Render Bullet/Number Lists option will export your
.pptx file with lists created in Figma text layers carried over.
.pptx file export, so having a Figma text layer with mixed bullet/number/normal text content will all be rendered with whichever the first list type detected is.
Including slide numbers
Enabling the Include Slide Number option will export your
.pptx file with page numbering included. This will automatically add a page number to each of your slides in the position you've specified. To change the position of your slide numbers, you can click on the select boxes for horizontal (to select from Left, Center or Right) and vertical (to select from Top, Center or Bottom) positioning.
Using Figma Components as Master Slides
Enabling the Create Master Slides from Components option will export your
.pptx file with any slides created as a Figma Component automatically used as "Master Slides" that can be re-used as templates to create new slides from in PowerPoint, Keynote or Google Slides.
Downloading your .pptx file
After clicking the Export button, you'll see a confirmation screen letting you know that your
.pptx file is ready to download. To download the
.pptx file from Figma to your computer, you can click the Download your .pptx file button in the Pitchdeck plugin.
Opening your .pptx file with Google Slides
You can open your
.pptx file in Google Slides by going to File, Open, then Upload and drag and drop the
Click All to select all your slides, then ensure you uncheck the Keep original theme checkbox, and then click Import slides.