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Post a PowerPoint presentations onto a sharepoint blog

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Hello,

 I would like to post a PPT into my SP blog site.  I work with SP 2007 and Office 2010.
 I would like the PPT to appear when I click on the post or have the name once I click on the PPT it will open PowerPoint. I would prefer that it would open directly in the blog site.
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http://blogs.office.com/b/microsoft-powerpoint/archive/2013/01/10/embedding-presentations-into-your-website-with-the-powerpoint-web-app.aspx  has a clever technique for doing this. There is an option for the user to download your PPT file under the Menu icon, though.
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I have a couple of questions,

1st- where do I embed the code ( do I click on create a post and add the code to the body)
2nd- I would need to follow the steps for every PPT I post.
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