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Publishing Web Pages

At times, you'll want to publish a copy of your current Office document in HTML format directly to a Web server (a computer on the Internet or intranet that stores Web pages) so others can view and manipulate your data. Publishing to a Web server is as simple as saving a file. With the Office Web Components, you can elect to let anyone using Internet Explorer 4.01 or later interact with your data from Excel or Access. Any data published to a Web page can be returned to its Office program for additional analysis and tracking.

Publish PowerPoint Slides as a Web Page

Open the presentation with the item you want to publish.

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

Click Publish.

Select the options you want to include in the Web page.

Select the browsers that you want others to be able to use to view your Web page.

Click Change, type a title for the Web page, and then click OK.

Type the folder and file name for the published Web page.

If you want, select the Open Published Web Page In Browser check box to preview the page in a browser.

Click Publish.


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