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How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

PowerPoint can save your presentation as a Windows Media Video (.wmv) file to distribute on the Internet. Presentations in this format can easily be shared around the world.

To save a presentation as a Video:

  1. With the presentation open in PowerPoint, click the File, choose Save & Send and select Create a video.
  2. Click the Computer & HD Displays down arrow and select one of the following: Computer & HD Displays or Internet & DVD or Portable Devices, click Create Video.

Browse to the location where you want to store your presentation, enter a file name and click Save.

How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

To Play your video, go to the folder location and double-click the file.

How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

How to Share your Video

  • Embed the video into a Web page
  • Send the video file by email
  • Upload the video to a sharing Web site like YouTube
  • Save the video to a file share site like Windows Live.

Tips recording your presentation as a video:

  • record and time voice narration and laser pointer movements in your video.
  • include animations and transitions in your movie.
  • viewers do not need to have PowerPoint installed on their computers to watch it.
  • if your presentation contains an embedded video, the video will play correctly without your needing to control it.

Depending on the content of your presentation, creating a video may take some time. You can continue to use PowerPoint while the video is being created

View a Presentation on the Web

The Broadcast Slide Show feature in PowerPoint 2010 enables presenters to share a slide show with anyone, anywhere, over the Web. You send a link (URL) to your audience, and then everyone watches a synchronized view of your slide show in their browser.

Choosing a broadcast service The Broadcast Slide Show feature requires a network service to host the slide show. You can choose from among several services, including a SharePoint server within your organization but for this course we will use the PowerPoint Broadcast Service. This service is available to anyone with a Windows Live ID. Anyone on the Internet will be able to access the URL for a slide show hosted on this service.

Before you broadcast your presentation:

  • The presenter and audience need to be connected to the Internet. The broadcast slide show feature can be viewed in the Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari for Mac browsers.
  • There may be a limit on the file size for broadcasted slide shows depending on the broadcast service
  • Some PowerPoint features are changed when the slide show is broadcasted online:
    • all transitions in your presentation appear as Fade transitions in the browser
    • audio (sounds, narration) is not transmitted to the audience through the browser
    • you can’t follow a hyperlink in your presentation to a Web site, the attendees will only see the last slide you showed in the original presentation
    • you can’t run a video in your presentation, the browser does not show it to the audience.

    Broadcast a Presentation

    1. Select File, Save & Send then select Broadcast Slide Show.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    2. The Broadcast Slide Show dialog box opens. Click Start Broadcast.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    3. The presenter will need a Windows Live ID to sign in to the broadcast service.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    4. PowerPoint creates an URL for your presentation.

    To send the URL for your presentation to your audience, do one of the following:

    • To send the URL for your presentation by email, click Send in Email.
    • To copy the link, click Copy Link.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    5. When your audience receives the URL for the slide show, click Start Slide Show to begin your broadcast.

    Audience View Before the Broadcast Begins

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    6. The audience follows your slide show in their browser while you present within PowerPoint 2010.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    7. After you finish presenting and are ready to end the broadcast, press ESC to exit Slide Show view and then click End Broadcast.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    Did you know that PowerPoint 2010 has a feature called Broadcast Slide Show with which you can share your presentation through the web to another computer, smartphone or any other device with a browser? Here’s how to use it.

    Sharing Your Presentation

    After you have finished your presentation, go to Slide Show tab and click on Broadband Slide Show.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    You will see a window telling you about this service and that you will need a Windows Live ID to use it. Press on Start Broadcast.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    It will upload your presentation to be shared. This can take a while depending on how big your file is.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    You will then be given a window with the link to your broadcast. You will also see options to copy the link or to send it through mail.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    After you have sent your link, you will see a warning telling you that you cannot make changes while you are broadcasting and giving you the option to end it.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    Your viewers will just have to click on the link you sent them (via mail or IM).

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    The browser will open and they will see the presentation just as you are navigating through it.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    They will also have an option to watch it in Full Screen View.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    After you finish to present, your viewers will see a black slide telling them the broadcast is over.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    This is a great feature, although it lacks of audio transmission and you will need another program like Skype, Messenger or others to transmit the audio.

    Share a presentation by saving it to the cloud and sending it to others

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    Select Share.

    If your presentation isn’t already stored on the cloud, select where to save your presentation to the cloud.

    Choose a permission level.

    Select Apply.

    Enter names and a message.

    Select Send.

    For info on collaborating with others on a document, see Work together on PowerPoint presentations.

    Share by using a traditional email attachment:

    If you don’t want to share a document with others to collaborate on, simply use a traditional email attachment to send the presentation to others.

    This feature is only available if you have a Microsoft 365 subscription. If you are a Microsoft 365 subscriber, make sure you have the latest version of Office.

    To send your presentation as a copy or a PDF, select Share.

    Select Attach a Copy Instead in the Share dialog box.

    Select either PowerPoint Presentation or PDF.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    PowerPoint will open the email application and attach the file to a new message. Enter the recipients details and a short message, and click Send.

    This feature is only available if you have a Microsoft 365 subscription. If you are a Microsoft 365 subscriber, make sure you have the latest version of Office.

    To send your presentation as a copy or a PDF, select Share.

    Select Send as attachment in the Share pane.

    Select either Send a copy or Send a PDF.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    PowerPoint will open the email application and attach the file to a new message. Enter the recipients details and a short message, and click Send.

    You can share or co-author a presentation in PowerPoint for macOS. If you allow others to edit your presentation, changes they make will be merged into the original presentation. If you want to share your presentation, you can:

    Invite people to view or edit the file located in the cloud, like your OneDrive.

    Send a link to your file saved to the cloud.

    Send a copy of the file as an email attachment.

    Note: If you’re looking for information about saving a presentation in JPEG or PDF format, see File formats supported in PowerPoint.

    Important: You can simultaneously edit presentations in the .pptx or .ppsx file format that are located on OneDrive or a server that has at least Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 installed. To work with SharePoint in Office for Mac, you have to have at least Microsoft Office for Mac Home and Business 2011, Microsoft Office for Mac Academic 2011, or Microsoft Office for Mac Standard 2011.

    Invite people to view or edit your presentation

    Save your file to the cloud and then invite people to view or edit it. That way, whenever you update your file, everyone you share with will have the latest version.

    In the upper right corner, click the Share icon and then click Invite People.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    If the file is on your device, you’ll be asked to upload the file to the cloud first.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    Invite users by adding their email addresses to the invite field. When adding names for the first time, PowerPoint will prompt to access your Contacts.

    To allow your users to edit the file, click the Can Edit check box. Add any comments in the comments field and click Share.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    The recipients receive an email with a link to the shared file.

    You can copy the link to your presentation and paste it in another shared file or email to the recipients.

    In the upper right corner, click the Share icon and then click Copy Link.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    If the file is on your device, you’ll be asked to upload the file to the cloud first.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    Paste the link wherever you need.

    If you don’t want to save your file to the cloud, you can share it as an email attachment.

    In the upper right corner, click the Share icon and then click Send Attachment.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    Click Presentation or PDF.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    PowerPoint will open your email application and attach your file to a new message. Just fill in the details, like email addresses and a short message, and click Send.

    Note: The following steps apply only to PowerPoint 2007. You can’t save a presentation as a webpage in PowerPoint 2010 or later. For workarounds in later versions of PowerPoint, see Options for later versions of PowerPoint below.

    Open the presentation or Web page that you want to publish to the web.

    Click the Microsoft Office Button , and then click Save As.

    In the Save in list, select a path or location for the webpage on a web server.

    If you want people to have access to a presentation that you published to the web, you must specify a Web server or other available computer when you choose a location for the file.

    In the File name box, type a file name, or do nothing to accept the suggested file name.

    Tip: If you want the published presentation to have a different name from the source file that it was published from, type a new name.

    In the Save as type box, do one of the following:

    Click Web Page to save your presentation as a webpage and create an associated folder that contains supporting files (such as bullets, background textures, pictures, and sounds).

    Click Single File Web Page to save your presentation as a webpage that integrates all supporting information, including all linked files, into a single file.

    To set the page title bar text for your webpage, click Change Title, type the title bar text in the Page title box, and then click OK.

    Click Publish, and then, in the Publish as Web Page dialog box, do one or more of the following:

    To specify the slides that you want to publish, under Publish what?, click an option.

    To display speaker notes for a presentation, select the Display speaker notes check box.

    To set additional Web page formatting and display options, click Web Options, select the options that you want, and then click OK.

    To designate support for a particular browser or browser version, under Browser support, click the appropriate option.

    Click Publish.

    Options for later versions of PowerPoint

    Save slides as Word documents, and then save as webpages

    You can save an individual slide as an image in a Word document, and then save that document as an .html file.

    Right-click the thumbnail of the slide you want to save, and click Copy.

    In a new Word document, paste your slide (Ctrl+V). If necessary, drag to resize the slide image to fill the page.

    Click File > Save As, and then choose Web Page or Web Page, Filtered.

    Save a presentation to OneDrive, and then share it online (PowerPoint 2013 and newer versions)

    Click File > Share > Share With People or Invite People > Save to Cloud.

    Choose a location in your OneDrive folders.

    Type a file name, and then click Save.

    Click Share with People (PowerPoint 2016 or newer versions), add email addresses and any message you like, and then click Share.

    If this is a feature you’d like to request, please send us your feedback to help us prioritize new features in future updates. See How do I give feedback on Microsoft Office for more information.

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    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    Aside from the traditional method of sending a PowerPoint presentation to others as an email attachment, you can also upload and share your presentation from the cloud. All you need to get started is a OneDrive account. Here’s how.

    Sharing Your PowerPoint Presentation

    You can save a PowerPoint presentation to the cloud fairly easily. In fact, it takes only a few simple clicks. For this to work, though, you’ll need a OneDrive account. If you use Office 365, then you already have one. If not, all you need to do is create a Microsoft account and then sign in to OneDrive. This article will assume you already have a OneDrive account.

    First, open the PowerPoint presentation that you’d like to share. At the top-right corner of the window, you’ll see a “Share” button. Go ahead and select it.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    Once selected, the “Share” window will appear. You have a few different options here. In the “Attach a copy instead” group, you can choose to send your presentation as a PowerPoint or PDF attachment. Selecting either of these options will open your computer’s default mail client.

    What we’re interested in, though, is sharing to OneDrive. To do this, select your OneDrive account under “Share.”

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    If you haven’t already named your presentation, you’ll be prompted to do so. After you give it a name, click “OK.”

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    Your presentation will now be uploaded to the cloud and the “Share” pane will appear on the right-hand side. This is where you can invite people to edit (or read) the document. In the address bar, enter the email of the recipient. Alternatively, select the icon to the right of the address bar and select a recipient from your Outlook address book.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    After you’ve entered the recipient’s email, you can then assign a permission level. Once you’ve given read/write or read-only permission, you can then add an optional message. When you’re ready, click “Share.”

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    The recipient will receive an email providing access to the presentation.

    Note: If you’re the recipient, be sure to check your spam folder! During our testing, we found the invitation in spam.

    An alternative method for inviting people is to get a sharing link. At the bottom of the “Share” pane, select “Get a sharing link.”

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    Next, choose which type of link you’d like to provide. You can choose between a read/write link or read-only link.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    A link will then be generated. Select “Copy” to copy the link to your clipboard.

    How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

    Anyone you share this link with will then have access to the presentation. This will allow multiple people to collaborate on your presentation in real-time!

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    This article describes how to broadcast a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation for use in conjunction with a Field59 live stream.

    The Broadcast Slide Show feature in PowerPoint 2010 and PowerPoint 2013 editions enables you to share slides over the Web using the PowerPoint Broadcast Service. By iframing a PowerPoint URL onto the same Web page where you use a Field59 live stream event player, you can show slides to viewers as they watch the stream.

    In order to use PowerPoint Broadcast Service, you must first have a Microsoft/Windows Live ID account. You also need to be connected to the Internet in order to use this feature.

    Please also note the following:

    • The broadcast slide show feature can be viewed in Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari browsers.
    • Due to the nature of HTTP live streaming delivery, your slides may be up to 30 seconds ahead of the video feed.
    • Some PowerPoint features are changed when the slide show is broadcasted online:
      • Any transitions in your presentation are shown as Fade transitions in the browser.
      • Screensavers and email pop-ups can disrupt the audience’s view of the slide show.
      • You cannot add ink annotations or markup drawn onto the slide show during the presentation.
      • If you follow a hyperlink in your presentation to a Web site, the attendees only see the last slide you showed in the original presentation.
      • If you play a video in your presentation, the browser does not show it to the audience.

      To broadcast your presentation, open your PowerPoint, then follow these steps, depending on if you are using PowerPoint 2010 or 2013:

      PowerPoint 2010

      If you are using PowerPoint 2010, on the Slide Show tab, in the Start Slide Show group, click Broadcast Slide Show.

      How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

      The Broadcast Slide Show dialog box opens. Click Start Broadcast.

      How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

      If you are not logged in with your Windows Live ID, you will be prompted to log in or create one first. After you are logged in, Powerpoint will generate a URL for you.

      How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

      PowerPoint 2013

      If you are using PowerPoint 2013, Click on the File tab, then click on “Share”, then “Present Online”.

      How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

      If you are not logged in with your Windows Live ID, you will be prompted to log in or create one first. After you are logged in, PowerPoint will generate a URL for you.

      How to share your presentation using powerpoint 2010 through the web

      Next, copy the URL. The URL will probably look something like this:
      https://broadcast.officeapps.live.com/m/Broadcast.aspx?Fi=asdf%qwerty%

      Put this URL into an iframe, such as: