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Want to publish PowerPoint


 
nick12345 Folks -
I want to publish some classes that i have written in powerpoint - but i want them viewed from my site rather than downloaded.  any thoughts?

thanks!


Posted on: 8:38 am on September 6, 2005
Storyman Doesn't a PP presentation require the program to be installed on the machine in order to run the PP file? You might check with Microsoft to see if they have a stand alone engine that can be used on a web site.

Posted on: 6:17 pm on September 6, 2005
nick12345 yes, PP does require this - my question is:

I have created a PP document.  Now how do i publish a PP doc w/o PP?  in a copy safe format?  i could make it a PDF or i could make it a Flash file ... even if i do this how safe is it from being copied?

thanks!


Posted on: 6:23 pm on September 6, 2005
EBookCompiler PowerPoint has an output to web page/html option (although in my experience it can be a little flakey)

You could use that and then compile the results into an eBook, or put the results on your site.


Posted on: 6:28 pm on September 6, 2005
Storyman Nick,

This might help: http://www.protware.com/

It's really difficult to keep someone from ripping the content of a site. Even using the tool mentioned above has a downside. Search engines are unable to spider the side and hence will impact your rankings in the search engines.


Posted on: 8:04 pm on September 6, 2005
Ebook Architect Hello.

I agree, that stoping people from being able to download the information from your site will be difficult, but in my own personal experience its never been a huge problem.

Anyways, you might want to consider using a screen capture tool to help you save your powerpoint slides as jpg's. At that point you could upload them to various pages and simply put "next page" and "previous page" puttons underneath the pics.

Just a thought


Posted on: 1:39 pm on September 7, 2005

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