- Open the presentation or Web page (Web page: A presentation saved in HTML format. Supporting graphics and other related files are stored in an associated folder when a presentation is saved as a Web page.) that you want to publish (publish: To save a copy of a file in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) format to a Web server.) to the Web.
- Click the Microsoft Office Button , and then click Save As.
- In the Save in list, select a path or location for the Web page on a Web server.
If you want people to have access to a presentation that you published to the Web, you must specify a Web server (Web server: A computer that hosts Web pages and responds to requests from browsers. Also known as an HTTP server, a Web server stores files whose URLs begin with http://.) or other available computer when you choose a location for the file.
- In the File name box, type a file name, or do nothing to accept the suggested file name.
Tip If you want the published presentation to have a different name from the source file that it was published from, type a new name.
- In the Save as type box, do one of the following:
To set the page title bar (title bar: A horizontal bar at the top of a window, dialog box, or toolbar that shows the name of the document, program, or toolbar.) text for your Web page, click Change Title, type the title bar text in the Page title box, and then click OK.
Click Publish, and then, in the Publish as Web Page dialog box, do one or more of the following:
- Click Web Page to save your presentation as a Web page and create an associated folder that contains supporting files (such as bullets, background textures, pictures, and sounds).
- Click Single File Web Page to save your presentation as a Web page that integrates all supporting information, including all linked files, into a single file.
- To specify the slides that you want to publish, under Publish what?, click an option.
- To display speaker notes for a presentation, select the Display speaker notes check box.
- To set additional Web page formatting and display options, click Web Options, select the options that you want, and then click OK.
- To designate support for a particular browser (browser: Software that interprets HTML files, formats them into Web pages, and displays them. A Web browser, such as Windows Internet Explorer, can follow hyperlinks, transfer files, and play sound or video files that are embedded in Web pages.) or browser version, under Browser support, click the appropriate option.
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