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Saving a Presentation

Saving your work is one of the most important tasks you do when you work with PowerPoint. Until you save your work, it doesn't exist in a permanent form. Saving is extremely easy, and you should do it often. When you save a presentation, you must provide a filename for the document that should indicate the presentation's contents. By using an easy-to-remember filename, you can readily locate the presentation in future PowerPoint sessions.

PowerPoint also includes options for saving your presentation in other formats. For example, you can save a presentation to the HTML (HyperText Markup Language) format so the presentation can be viewed through a standard Web browser, such as Internet Explorer or Netscape. You can post the presentation on the Internet so it's accessible for anyone who can reach your Web site. You also can save a presentation with information about its runtime characteristics. If you want to distribute the electronic presentation document to an audience, save it in Slide Show view.


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