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Chapter 16. Working with Web Scripts > Understanding Web Scripts

Understanding Web Scripts

With the new Web functionality of PowerPoint 2000, users now have the capability to save presentations as HTML documents and edit them in the Microsoft Development Environment.

Today's two most popular Web browsers, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator, have embedded inside them the general-purpose core of a lightweight, object-oriented programming language referred to as both JavaScript—in the case of Navigator—and JScript—in Internet Explorer. Possessing this embedded code allows browsers to read segments of the scripting language that have been written directly into HTML documents. This is referred to as client-side scripting.


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