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I have a client who wants to put a 250 slide power point presentation on their web site. From looking at PowerPoint's help section it seems that you can convert the files to html pretty easily. Has anyone tried this and where you happy with the way it came out? David...

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    I have a client who wants to put a 250 slide power point presentation on
    their web site. From looking at PowerPoint's help section it seems that you
    can convert the files to html pretty easily.

    Has anyone tried this and where you happy with the way it came out?

    David




    David Wilson Guest

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    Default Re: Convert PowerPoint Presentaion

    It is OK, not great. Powerpoint will convert to frames, with the name of
    each slide on the left frame, and the contents on the right frame. If
    design is not a huge issue and speed is, you might want to give it a try.

    --
    Seth Meranda
    smeranda<AT>unlnotes<DOT>unl<DOT>edu


    "David Wilson" <davidnospambraveheartdesign.com> wrote in message
    news:bf1fv2$kgk$1forums.macromedia.com...
    I have a client who wants to put a 250 slide power point presentation on
    their web site. From looking at PowerPoint's help section it seems that you
    can convert the files to html pretty easily.

    Has anyone tried this and where you happy with the way it came out?

    David





    Seth Meranda Guest

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    Default Re: Convert PowerPoint Presentaion

    David Wilson schrieb:
    >
    > I have a client who wants to put a 250 slide power point presentation on
    > their web site. From looking at PowerPoint's help section it seems that you
    > can convert the files to html pretty easily.
    This is nonsense. Nobody's going to wade through the horrible thing
    that's left over after you convert PPT to "Web". Your client should just
    provide a link to the Powerpoint Presentation. PPT even has some
    security features, which should stop the average user from modifying the
    presentation.

    250 slides could be quite a heavy file... is it possible to also offer
    individual, lighter "chapters", as an option?

    > Has anyone tried this and where you happy with the way it came out?
    We have tried this more than once with (approximately) 30-slide
    presentations, and the conclusion was always to just offer the file.


    Matthias
    Matthias Gutfeldt Guest

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    Try Macromedia product, it convert your powerpoint to FLASH. Plus, it will
    include the naviagation for the slides. Apple has it too. I forgot both of
    thier names. You check it out.

    vivian.

    "David Wilson" <davidnospambraveheartdesign.com> wrote in message
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    > I have a client who wants to put a 250 slide power point presentation on
    > their web site. From looking at PowerPoint's help section it seems that
    you
    > can convert the files to html pretty easily.
    >
    > Has anyone tried this and where you happy with the way it came out?
    >
    > David
    >
    >
    >
    >

    Vivian Mark Guest

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