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Chapter 15. Sharing Knowledge Using the ... > Enhancing Web Pages with Media Files

Enhancing Web Pages with Media Files

As the Web becomes a major source for public as well as internal corporate information, media files are increasingly being stored on the Web. This is especially true because disk storage prices have continued to tumble over the past few years, the availability of broadband access has increased, and the quality of streaming media at lower bandwidth has increased. In addition, as corporate audiences become more used to receiving knowledge from PowerPoint slideshows versus Word documents, it is becoming increasingly important to be able to publish slideshows on the Web as well. In this section you learn to publish your PowerPoint slideshows, audio files, and digitized video files to the Web.

Including PowerPoint Slideshows

When you publish a PowerPoint slideshow to the Web, it can be easily viewed by your audience as a series of Web pages, as shown in Figure 15-6. By default, they appear inside a framed environment that contains a number of controls that make it easy to navigate through the slideshow. Features you can include when you save your slideshow as a Web page include the following.


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