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Turn A PowerPoint Presentation into Online Web Pages
After converting your presentation to web content, you must upload your pages to a web hosting service (which will almost certainly be the same service, either in-house or out, that hosts your website currently) and link to the presentation. When your siteís visitors click the link for your presentation, they can enjoy your presentation from their web browser. If the presentation is manual and not automatic, they can click forward and backward to look at the presentation.
Request the Save
After you finish designing and reviewing your presentation, click your Office button and select Save As. PowerPoint displays the Save As dialog box.
Save as an HTML File
Select a location in which to save the online presentation at the top of the Save As dialog box. Type a filename in the File Name field and make sure that Web Page is selected in the Save as Type list box.
Change the Web Page Title
The Change Title button determines what will ultimately appear in the presentationís web page title bar during someoneís view of your presentation. By default, the title that appears is the first text that appears in your presentation (other than header text). You can click the Change Title button to use a different title for the presentationís web page title.
Publish as a Web Page
Click the Publish button to determine how your presentation will appear on the Internet. Here you determine options for the online presentation, such as whether you want to put the entire presentation online or only a range of slides. In addition, you can choose to display your speaker notes online with each slide or note.
Adjust the Web Options
Click the Web Options button to adjust several of your presentationís web settings, such as the color scheme used, the specific browsers supported, embedded graphics image sizes, and other web features. Generally, the defaults will work well unless your presentation is extremely large and heavy with graphics and special effects. Also, you may want to adjust some of the Web Options dialog box settings downward if most of your web audience will be viewing your presentation from a dial-up connection.
Publish Your Presentation
Click the Publish button to convert your presentation to HTML format, which is viewable from web browsers.
Review Your Presentation
Internet Explorer (or your computerís default web browser) opens and displays your presentation. A list of slides appears in the left pane, and each selected slide appears in the right pane. Click the slide list item to see that slide. Your presentation is now a complete web page that you can send to your web hosting service with an FTP or a similar program.