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1. Red Hat
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ppt2text(1) General Commands Manual ppt2text(1)
catppt - reads MS-PowerPoint file and puts its content on standard output
catppt [-lV] [-b string ] [-s charset ] [-d charset ] files
catppt reads MS-PowerPoint presentations and dumps its content to stdout.
-l list known charsets and exit successfully
slides break string. This string (by default - formfeed) would be output at the end of each slide page.
- specifies destination charset name. Charset file has format described in CHARACTER SETS section of catdoc(1) manual page. By
default, current locale charset would be used if langinfo support was enabled at the compile time.
- specifies source charset. Typically, PowerPoint files use UNICODE strings with known charsets, but for some reason you may wish
to override it.
-V outputs version number
cat(1), catdoc(1), xls2csv(1), strings(1), utf(4), unicode(4)
Alex Ott <firstname.lastname@example.org>
MS-PowerPoint reader Version 0.94.4 ppt2text(1)