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Lesson 18. Designing a Presentation for ... > Special Considerations for Designing...

Special Considerations for Designing Web Shows

Creating a presentation for Web distribution is much like creating any other user-interactive presentation. However, consider these factors when dealing with the Web:

  • For your viewers'convenience, keep the file size as small as possible. That means don't use graphics, sounds, or movies that don't serve an obvious purpose (other than providing a few additional bells and whistles in the presentation).

  • Include action buttons on each slide that enable the user to jump to the previous and next slides, and possibly other action buttons, too.

  • If you want the users to be able to jump from your presentation to other Web sites, be sure you include the appropriate hyperlinks. See the following section for details.

  • If you convert the presentation to HTML (Web) format, anyone with a Web browser can view it on the Internet, but the presentation might not be exactly the same as the PowerPoint version of it. Depending on the Web browser used to view it, sounds, movies, transitions, and other features might not play correctly.

  • If you distribute the file in PowerPoint format, your audience must have PowerPoint installed on their PCs or must download a special PowerPoint viewer (discussed later in this lesson).


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