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Put your PowerPoint-generated HTML on the web

When you save your presentation as Web Page from versions of PowerPoint later than 97, you're asked to choose a folder and filename to save to. It's generally best to avoid spaces, oddball punctuation or excessively long names when you choose a name.

Suppose you choose to save to a file called MyShow.htm in C:\MyDocuments.

PowerPoint creates a file in C:\MyDocuments called MyShow.htm
It also creates a folder in C:\MyDocuments called MyShow_files, and in that folder, it puts the additional image, html and other support files needed to display your presentation.

So now you have:

C:\MyDocuments\MyShow.htm and
C:\MyDocuments\MyShow_files\*.* (support files)

You doubleclick MyShow.htm to preview the presentation, it looks great, now you want to put it up on your web site for the world to see.

Suppose you want the presentation in a folder on the web server that corresponds to http://www.mydomain.com/Shows/

Notes:

On the whole, we're not happy about the lack of control PPT allows us. So we wrote a much more flexible way of doing the job. It's an addin called PPT2HTML. Visit for more information and a free fully functional demo.


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