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Q1:Why should I save as an HTM file with a bunch of separate supporting files, when MHT creates a single file for me?
A1: HTML is a conventional Web format understood by all browsers. Publishing the files in this format means keeping the supporting files together, but it also gives you the greatest possible chance to have them seen globally. Although MHT turns your presentation into a single page, users must have Internet Explorer 5.0 or later to view it.
Q2:How do I change or update the Web pages created by PowerPoint?
A2: The best way to edit these files is to know HTML and use a text editor, such as Notepad. You can also open them in an HTML editing tool such as FrontPage or Dreamweaver, but be careful not to alter any settings that enable the files to behave like a PowerPoint show (Outline panel, transitions, and so on).
Q3:I had linked files in my show and they don't play online. How do I fix that?
A3: Using a text editor such as Notepad, search for the HREF tags (< and >) that signify links in HTML. Make that sure the references are to the file only, and not to the drive location on your computer. That is, not C:|Folder\File, but File only. Then make sure that the files referenced are in the same folder as the HTM file on the server.


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