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Can I create an interactive/ animated PDF from PowerPoint?

You can do it, but PowerPoint is hardly the ideal tool for that. Also, a .gif file is better for a short animation than a .pdf.

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What else can you do? If you're ready, try this: First, select your animated .gif or .pdf, and go to File > Export > Export As... Choose Save As, click Browse... and choose SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) file. In the Open dialog, browse to where your file is located. Then click Export. You're good to go. :) What is the future of SVG? I expect to see SVG in all browsers. HTML5 and CSS3 are still far off, but SVG does seem to be moving forward. The most current specification is the SVG 2.0 standard. It is still under development, so the version numbers get bumpier and bumpier (to the point where a 1.0 version can be considered a major version number). For more information see the specification's wiki page. SVG's future may or may not depend on how the WebGL API evolves. The Web Platform Team at Microsoft has started writing an HTML5 implementation of the standard, though it's.