This video shows how to install and use a free third-party add-on called LiveSlides, which allows you to embed a fully functional browser into a PowerPoint slide, letting you browse the web during your presentations without leaving PowerPoint.
- [Garrick Chow] Hi, I'm Garrick Chow…and welcome to PowerPoint Tips Weekly.…Every so often you may want to visit…a live website during your PowerPoint presentation.…You probably know that you can create…a link to a website very easily in PowerPoint…by first selecting an object…and then going to the insert ribbon…and clicking the hyperlink button…and from here you can type in the address…of the website you want to visit.…The problem with this method, though,…is when I'm giving my presentation…and I click that link…that pops me out of my PowerPoint…and into my computers web browser.…
Now that's not a huge deal in some cases,…but it can take your audience out of your presentation…to suddenly jump into another application.…Let's go back to PowerPoint…and let's press escape.…Now if you'd rather stay inside PowerPoint…for the entire duration of your presentation…there are many third party add-ons available…that allow you to place a live website…right into your slides.…Let's close PowerPoint for a moment…and one such add-on can be found at liveslides.com.…
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PowerPoint 2016: Audio and Video In Depthwith Garrick Chow2h 12m Intermediate
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