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    Recently I requested help to create a photo gallery in Expression Web 2 and I am very grateful for all the good suggestions I received thru this Forum.

     

    Now I need help to insert Power Point Presentations in my Web using Expression 2.  I receive many nice musical-videos thru my Webmail, most of them ending in  .pps.

     

    Sometimes I am able to transfer these .pps to my Site and publish them OK, but sometimes I cannot do it.

     

    Can you please advise the best way to accomplish this or do I need a third party application?

     

    Thank you for your help.

    Andres Vazquez

    Wednesday, February 11, 2009 7:49 AM

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  • Using Camtasia from www.techsmith.com I have converted the power point presentation to various other formats: Flash, WMV, MOV, etc.
    Perhaps you can use that program, or another to create a more universal file out of your PowerPoint shows.

    Chris Leeds
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    Wednesday, February 11, 2009 12:11 PM
  • You say that sometimes you can upload them and sometimes not. What do you mean? Are you saying you can't publish them? What happens when you try/

    You can put a link to the files on a page but users without Powerpoint won't be able to open them.

    Ian
    MS MVP Expression

    http://www.ew-resource.co.uk
    http://www.fp-resource.co.uk




    Ian Haynes
    Wednesday, February 11, 2009 1:12 PM
  • Andres, please, in the future recall that centered text is for titles, narrow headlines and adverts. It is not for body text. I got eyeball whiplash trying to read your post, with my eye naturally returning to beginning-of-line for the second line, then having to seek the centered content. Please use plain ol' standard left-justified text in future posts. We'll still notice, and still answer, promise. Thanks.

    cheers,
    scott
    Wednesday, February 11, 2009 2:40 PM
  • Andres,

    I'll agree with Scott that centering all your text makes it very  hard to read.

    Chris Leeds is correct that using Camtasia to turn your PowerPoint into a Flash video is the best way.  If Camtasia is out of your budget another option is Swish Presenter http://www.swishzone.com/index.php?area=products&product=presenter

    MS MVP Expression http://by-expression.com
    Wednesday, February 11, 2009 2:55 PM