How to Get a PowerPoint From Google Docs to a Flash Drive

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Google Docs application is a free online service that allows users to import, save, create, modify and export documents. Since all the documents are saved onto the Google server, you can access any document remotely from any computer with a working Internet connection. If you need a PowerPoint file, but do not have Internet access, Google Docs allows you to export your PowerPoint file onto your computer with a few clicks of the mouse.

  • Go to the "Google Docs" accounts page and sign into your personal account using your email address and password. Press the "Sign In" button to proceed.

  • Open the PowerPoint file by clicking on the document file name.

  • Click on the "File" tab, and select the "Download as Original" option from the drop-down menu. This will create a copy of your PowerPoint to a designated folder on your computer, most likely the "Downloads" folder.

  • Plug your flash drive into the USB port on your laptop or desktop computer. Open the window or folder where you want to save the PowerPoint file.

  • Retrieve the PowerPoint file, and manually drag it into the flash drive window or folder. Depending on the file size, it may take several minutes to complete the transfer.

  • Click the "Safely Remove Hardware" icon in the bottom-right corner of the screen. Right-click your USB drive from the slide-up menu list to cease all data transfer between the computer and USB drive.

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