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As far as I know browsers will not play them...

 

But you can post the file and this link with it:

 

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...&displaylang=en

 

Thats Microsofs PPViewer, a standalone program that allows you to watch PowerPoint Presentations.

 

Hope that helps ya,

 

-Bobby

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Is there a reasonable way to post a PowerPoint presentation?

 

One way is to load PP and your presentation, then 'save as' and select 'web page' under the 'save as type' option. You will see a button for Publish. Click that and then click 'web options'. Select some style stuff and then , eventually, click 'publish' to save the files. Now go open it in your browser or stick it on the web etc. It actually produces a pretty reasonable html product with navigation abilities etc.

 

Some of the above instructions will probably depend on your PP version, but you get the idea.

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My version of PowerPoint doesn't support the html/webpage create - it's PP97. The best I can do is a "load & go" to create a portable presentation from it. That works fine, but won't help much here.

 

Any ideas?

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My version of PowerPoint doesn't support the html/webpage create - it's PP97. The best I can do is a "load & go" to create a portable presentation from it. That works fine, but won't help much here.

 

Any ideas?

if you email me the presentation I can turn it into an Acrobat document ...

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PowerPoint 97's HTML features are not installed by default. If you chose a Typical installation when you installed Office, the Save as HTML command will be missing or grayed out.

 

 

To activate it, re-run Setup and choose Custom installation. Make sure you put a checkmark next to Web Authoring Tools before completing the install.

 

http://www.rdpslides.com/pptfaq/FAQ00216.htm

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PowerPoint 97's HTML features are not installed by default. If you chose a Typical installation when you installed Office, the Save as HTML command will be missing or grayed out.

To activate it, re-run Setup and choose Custom installation. Make sure you put a checkmark next to Web Authoring Tools before completing the install.

 

http://www.rdpslides.com/pptfaq/FAQ00216.htm

 

I should have thought of that. I'll go back and re=install. I thought that I had checked all of the boxes to install all PowerPoint features. I'll give it another try.

 

Thanks,

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