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You can display a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation on your web page, such as your blog or SharePoint wiki page.Here's a step-by-step guide:
The presentation is stored in a public location in Windows Live SkyDrive, where you copy an HTML tag that you paste into the HTML of your blog or wiki page. That way, people can see the presentation without having to go to the SkyDrive folder. They advance through the slides one at a time.
Updates to the presentation on SkyDrive are automatically reflected on the page where the presentation is embedded.
Note: Any animation effects on slides or transitions between slides are not visible in the embedded viewer, and media such as audio or video does not play in the embedded presentation.
Before you can embed a presentation on your web page the presentation must be available to view publicly.
If you are creating a new presentation, there are two ways to store it publically on Windows Live SkyDrive. One method is simplest if you are creating your presentation in the PowerPoint desktop application; the other method is simple if you are creating a presentation in your web browser, in PowerPoint Web App.
If you have an existing presentation that you want to embed on a web page, you can upload it to a public folder in your SkyDrive. Or, if it's already stored in a personal folder on your SkyDrive, you can move it to a public folder.
Create the presentation in the PowerPoint desktop application, and then save it in a public folder on SkyDrive.
For more information about saving Microsoft Office documents on SkyDrive see Store a file for Office Web Apps in Windows Live.
If the presentation is stored on your computer, do the following to upload it:
Note: If you have a lot of files to upload, click Install the upload tool. When the Windows Live upload tool is installed you will be able to select multiple files to upload.
If the presentation is stored in a personal folder on your SkyDrive, do the following to move it to a public folder:
Note: If the folder already contains a presentation with the same file name as the presentation you are moving, that presentation will be replaced with the presentation you are moving. To prevent this from happening, rename the file. Click Cancel. Point to the presentation, click More, and click Rename. Then, type a new name, and click Save. Now you can proceed by repeating Step 2.
The HTML you copied from the PowerPoint Web App page is an iframe tag, which is supported in many web authoring environments and blog services. The steps provided here work in some of the most popular blogging services, such as WordPress, Blogger, and TypePad.
Note: If you use a blogging service that does not support iframes in posts, consult your blogging service provider for assistance.
If you want to embed the presentation in a SharePoint wiki, you paste only the src portion of the tag into a Page Viewer Web Part. See the instructions below.
Note In TypePad don't use the Quick Compose editor. Go to Blogs, click the name of your blog, and then click Compose, where you can switch from Rich Text to HTML editing.
-- Roxanne Kenison
Awesome, but the functionality doesn't actually appear to be working!
Hi Paul, can you tell us a little more about what's happening when you try to do this?
Is there a way to adjust the size of the embed? Right now it defaults to 402 pixels wide which is a bit too small for my liking. Adjusting the iFrame size in the embed coded doesn't actually resize the presentation, just the frame.
What version of SharePoint is required? I cannot find the Editing Tools tab that is mentioned in Step 4. I have wiki editing tools, but there is no tool to allow me to insert a Web part.
Hi Lee, you need SharePoint 2010.
I would also like to know how to re size the presentation. Thank you!
Same question other folks here have: How do I change the size of the presentation frame? it simply too small to be useful.
Considering its the 3 question out of the 9 post so far, I think you might have a real usability issue here.
Joe, Fred, rel: PowerPoint embed functionality does not enable resizing at this time, however you can click the bottom right button of the embedded frame to view the PowerPoint presentation in full-screen.
How do I change the size of the slides in an embedded powerpoint presentation? I need to fit the window into a column that is 335px width (=272px height), not the default 402px width (and 327px height), but when I change the size in the html embed that I copied in Step 2 above, the window is the new measurement, but the slide photos still come up 402px width and 327px height, cutting off the right (and lower) edge. Is there a way to reduce the slide size so that it will fit in the smaller window?
Hi Edwin, I'll check on this but I'm afraid I don't think there is a way to adjust the size.