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Chapter 19. Creating Web Pages with Offi... > Saving Slides as Web Graphics

Saving Slides as Web Graphics

As you develop a Web site, you can incorprate slides from any of your PowerPoint presentations. You can save any slide in a presentation in the GIF or JPEG Web graphic format. Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) is a form of compression for line drawings or other artwork. Office converts to GIF such images as logos, graphs, line drawings, and specific colored objects. Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) is a high-quality form of compression for continuous tone images, such as photographs. Office converts to JPEG such images as photographs or other images that have many shades of colors.

Save a PowerPoint Slide as a Web Graphic

Open the PowerPoint presentation with the slide you want to save as a Web graphic, and then display the slide.

Click the File menu, and then click Save As Web Page.

Click the Save As Type list arrow, and then click GIF Graphics Interchange Format or JPEG File Interchange Format.

Select the drive and folder in which to store the file.

Type a name for the file.

Click Save.


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