Embed PowerPoint Presentation into Webpage

Hi Experts,

I'd like to place a PPT presentation into an exisitng HTML page (no CMS).  I'd like it to be viewable inside the existing page and be able to move forward and back among the slides.

How can this be done?

Thanks,

HNM
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cheers4beersCommented:
Which version of PowerPoint are you using?  Have you tried the 'Save as Web Page...' option and then uploaded it to your website?
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cheers4beersCommented:
Here is a link to a tutorial on Microsoft's website about embedding a PowerPoint presentation on a web page:

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/web-apps-help/embed-a-powerpoint-presentation-on-a-web-page-HA102029513.aspx
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HelpNearMeAuthor Commented:
no, neither work.  The crappy skydrive solution blows up if the view is signed into an existing live account  and the save as web option creates a webpage.... I have an existing webpage and want to host the slide show inside my existing webpage.

Anyone know how to do this?

Thanks,

HNM
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cheers4beersCommented:
Have you looked into using Google Docs?

http://docs.google.com

With Google Docs, you can upload the PowerPoint presentation, then it will generate a link that you can use to embed the document within the webpage.

Does your PowerPoint presentation have animations and/or sounds/music?  Sometimes those can have issues...
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HelpNearMeAuthor Commented:
Google kills any of the cool fonts that PowerPoint uses.  So it's a no go.  I saved as avi and uploaded to vimeo instead.  Thanks anyway.
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