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This post is #5 in the Ten Days of Office series, celebrating the one-year anniversary of the release of Office 2010 with tips and tricks for getting the most from your Office experience.
With PowerPoint 2010 your presentations are more portable than ever before. For example, the Save and Send feature lets you post a presentation on your organization's SharePoint site or your personal SkyDrive, where you can share it out by sending a link instead of an email attachment. People can view it right there on the web page, in PowerPoint Web App. And if you need to make a quick fix, you can do that too, by editing it in the browser.
Earlier in the Ten Days of Office series, we told you about Broadcast Slide Show, and today we'll share how you can use PowerPoint Embed to share your ideas.
Last September we added the ability to embed presentations in blog posts to PowerPoint Web App. Now, rather than scrolling down the page for image after image, your blog readers can step through a slide show of your vacation, step-by-step instructions, or a brochure for your business. Really anything you want to present to your blog readers, you can embed in your post.
Also, by following a link on the embedded presentation, they can view the presentation full-screen, or even download it from your public SkyDrive folder. Video content and slide transitions that cannot be played in the browser can be viewed by people who download the presentation to open it in the PowerPoint desktop application.
If you're ready to give it a try, here are details on how to embed your presentation.
In celebration of a year of PowerPoint 2010, I embedded a copy of the presentation that introduced you to PowerPoint 2010. Click through the slides for a reminder of all the cool things you can do with PowerPoint 2010.
-- Roxanne Kenison