To view the Web version of the PowerPoint presentation, simply open the Web page, or HTML document, that PowerPoint creates. A PowerPoint presentation looks after it has been published as a Web page. (more…)
3. Describe how PowerPoint should create the Web pages.
Click the Publish button to open the Publish As Web Page dialog box. Use the Publish What buttons in the Publish What area to indicate whether you want to publish the complete presentation or just a range of slides. (more…)
As long as you have the ability to store files on a Web server, you can publish a PowerPoint presentation to that Web site. After you do this, anyone with the ability to view the Web site can view the slides in your presentation. After the presentation has been published to the Web site, the PowerPoint slides become, in essence, Web pages. (more…)
In addition to text, as just mentioned, you can place other items on a slide. PowerPoint calls these items objects. For example, the chart An object—a chart object, to be precise. But slides can include wide variety of objects. (more…)
In PowerPoint, you enter text and any other items into an area of a slide called a placeholder. A chunk of text, for example, goes into a text placeholder. A picture, table, or chart also goes into a placeholder. (more…)