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You want to share your presentation with colleagues in other locations -- by publishing it on the Web, or sending it via email or on disc. But you're concerned that what they see won't look the way you want it to.
Relax! You can keep your worries at bay and ensure that your slide presentation displays the way you intended it (even if some of your colleagues don't have PowerPoint installed) by turning your presentation into a video.
If you'd rather read written instructions than watch a video, take a look at the article Turn your presentation into a video on Office.com. The article also includes links for how to share with others -- using email, burning your presentation to a disc, and saving to YouTube and other video sharing Web sites.
-- Erik Jensen
Can anyone advise how Microsoft PowerPoint can “Package for DVD”?
I need to package my PPT presentation to DVD for my client who will be viewing this complex presentation on his laptop/PC.
Previously, I could do this simply by using the “Package to CD” option. And he was a very happy client.
But now, my presentation contains 10 separate PPT shows which are linked to a “Main Menu”.
This main menu comes up as the first show automatically, and waits for the user to mouse click any of the 10 buttons to run a show. Once that show finishes, it automatically reverts back to the “Main Menu”, waiting for the user to select another show.
3 of the PPT shows have embedded videos.
So now the total capacity of the entire presentation is 3.97Gb.
This won’t burn to a CD, so the “Package to CD” option will not work for me now.
What other options are open to me? I really would appreciate some help in solving this. Perhaps others have a work-around, or is Microsoft going to update the” package for CD option”, and make it a “package for DVD” option?
-Geoffrey (Singapore), 11 Nov 2011
@Geoff Morris, apologies for the delay.
Let's try this: Use the Package for CD feature, but choose "Copy to Folder” rather than “Copy to CD”.
Then, burn the files created in this folder to a DVD. (This will create a data DVD, not a video DVD, but it sounds like this is exactly what you might want.)
Alternately, if you're using PowerPoint 2010, try exporting your presentations to video (.wmv), then use Movie Maker to create a DVD with those tracks.
Let me know how it goes!
I'm looking forward to this feature, and was excited to find this page. But where I thought I'd find a video, just whitespace. So I tried 32-bit IE9, and at least got a black rectangle. a right click gives me the Silverlight pop up, but no playback controls.. Thoughts?
@Chris Smith, sorry about that problem. Try downloading Silverlight 5 again, and see if that works. If it doesn't, write back and we can troubleshoot.
This is a great feature in Power Point 2010. I really like the fact that you can save to many different types of media. YouTube, websites and email are some of the different media types. This is good because it allows us to keep up with modern technology that we have become accustomed to.
Please have a look at my Powerpoint video CV!