Inserting a web page


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Inserting a web page

There may be times when you want to insert a webpage into your presentation. This creates an entire clickable experience right inside your slideshow. In addition, this will be a great workaround for Microsoft Silverlight, a free web browser plug-in that enables interactive media experiences. However, web videos created with Silverlight cannot be imported into PowerPoint using the Insert Video from Website command that we've discussed in an earlier video about YouTube. So, here's an example that brings a live webpage right into your presentation.

So let's go down to our last slide, Slide 7. The first and easiest method of visiting a web page or watching a Silverlight video would be to simply add a hyperlink to it. Let me go to the Insert menu and click on Text Box and draw a text box on this left-hand side. I'll type my URL, http://www.hanselandpetal.com. Now, when I hit the Spacebar or if I hit Enter, it automatically recognizes that this is a URL.

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Inserting a web page
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Inserting a web page provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the PowerPoint 2010: Audio and Video in Depth

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Business
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