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Chapter 18. Publishing to the Internet > Viewing a Presentation on the Web

Viewing a Presentation on the Web

Once you get your presentation posted on a Web server, you (and other Internet users around the world) can access it just like any other Web site. The heavy reliance on graphics to display the presentation's slides makes a Web presentation a little different from the typical Web site that is composed primarily of text. Still, the Web presentation isn't so strange or different that it's likely to confuse the average Web user.

Viewing a Standard Presentation

When you first access a Web presentation, you see the presentation's text-based index page (see Figure 18.16). It contains basic information about the presentation and links to each of the presentation pages. Click the Click Here to Start link to view the first slide of the presentation and begin paging through the presentation in sequence.


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