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PowerPoint 2010 | I can't save my presentation as a Web File? ?

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I can't save my presentation as a Web file. This option is no longer in save-as power point 2010. I tried to configure in file-options-default save, but this option (save as web presentation) is not on this list.
What can I do to save as "web page" or html in pp2010?
I also tried to open in Publisher but can't open this ".pptx" file
Please help !

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Hi David,

Yes, for some reason Microsoft removed a handy way to save a Powerpoint 2010 file as an HTML or Web File. They instead have added additional features that they thought would be more handy in sharing web content. You can save the file as a Windows Media File, JPEG, PDF etc. By saving it to a media file they thought it would be easier to upload to sites like youtube, or they added a feature that you can share the powerpoint on the web through Microsoft's own broadcast service.

If you can give me a bit more of how you use the PPT in a web page as a file perhaps i could help you come up with some different solutions. I did a quick bing search and found this add-in that may be helpful. I have never used it so i can't comment on how good it is but it appears to do the trick. I'd reach out to the vendor as well to make sure it worked with Powerpoint 2010. they also offer a free trial.

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Thank you PPT2010...
you did not paste the link to that "add-in" to convert ppt file to html.
I can give you more detail of how I use the PPT, I can send you my file, give me your email. it has links inside the same file to go back and forth to clients-products-contact-home-who we are, etc...

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Sorry about that.

Here you go

http://www.ultrashareware.com/Ultra-PPT-To-HTML-Converter.htm

I'll send you a note to your inbox with email address.

thank you,


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Hi, why I can't use that software in Windows 7? Is it compatible with Win 7? And is there any way to convert my PPT 2010 files to html files besides this?

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I miss this feature too. I've tried using MS Producer for Powerpoint but even my old presentations seem to freeze and the new ones are not showing pictures. So I use open office.org to import powerpoint presentation and export as html. Only disadvantage is the sounds do not play over all slides as I wish.
Clark Colvin
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I have the same problem I am looking for the answer

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I want to save as html in order to retrieve all theimages from a PPT. Too slow to save for each slide. Is there a work around?

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