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Chapter 15. Presentation Graphics (For T... > Instant Web Presentations

Instant Web Presentations

Here's something you are going to find incredibly useful. Impress lets you export your existing presentation to HTML format. The beauty of this is that you can take your presentation and make it available to anyone with a Web browser. Best of all, the export functionality takes care of all the details associated with creating a Web site, including the handling of links and forward and back buttons.

To create an instant Web presentation, here is what you do. Make sure that your current Impress presentation is open and that your work is saved. Click File on the menu bar and select Export. The File Save dialog will appear. Because all the generated pages will appear in the directory you choose, it might make sense to create an empty directory into which to save your files be fore entering a file name. That file name, by the way, is the HTML title page, normally called index.html. If you would like a different name, choose it here, minus the .html extension (e.g., Linux_Intro), and click Save. A new window will appear. This is the HTML Export dialog (Figure 15-10).


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