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    Methods for displaying powerpoints on web

    Apart from sticking a link to the powerpoint iteself or converting it to a pdf, anyone use any other methods to display them on their websites?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimpleSi View Post
    Apart from sticking a link to the powerpoint iteself or converting it to a pdf, anyone use any other methods to display them on their websites?

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    If they haven't changed it google docs viewer used to let you run powerpoints within the browser, as did MSs web apps.

    You could embed it under an activex control, but not sure if you like them or not? Or there's a few addins that do it, but not all exactly "professional"

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    Camtasia converts powerpoint to video. I use it for our display tv and it looks really good.

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    iSpring Free converts PowerPoints to Flash.

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    Brilliant - looks very nice :-)

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    End result

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    There is a Save as option in office 2010 to save as wmv. Just needs timings set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve21 View Post
    If they haven't changed it google docs viewer used to let you run powerpoints within the browser, as did MSs web apps.
    They still do.

    PowerPoint Web App: E_Safety_for_PARENTS_2011+web+site.ppt

    Google Docs Viewer: E_Safety_for_PARENTS_2011+web+site.ppt

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