Slideshows can include animation, narration, images, videos, and much more.
Matthew Guay August 18th, Have you ever wanted to demonstrate a live website during a PowerPoint presentation? A better solution is to use live information from the web in your presentation. Head to the LiveWeb website link belowand download the correct version for your version of PowerPoint.
Now, in PowerPoint, open the Options window.
This will open the PowerPoint Add-ins window. Click Add New to add the LiveWeb addin we downloaded previously. Browse to the folder where you extracted the LiveWeb addin, and select it. PowerPoint may warn you that the addon contains a macro. Click Enable Macros to continue.
This will open a quick Wizard interface that will help you insert a webpage into your presentation. Make sure to include http: LiveWeb will automatically refresh the web page, but if you want you can uncheck the box.
Click Next to continue. Now choose how much of the slide you want the webpage to cover, and select where you want to position the page.
You can always change this later if you like. LiveWeb will let you know it successfully added the web page to your slide. Feel free to resize or move the webpage section in your slide however you want.
Click the slideshow button at the bottom of the window to switch quickly. You can markup the slide as you would any other with PowerPoint tools, or you can interact with the website just as you would in a browser. If you need to change your webpage, click the Edit Page Property button on the Insert tab.
Enter the new website address you want, and finish as before. You could even make a webpage comparison like we did with screenshots in our first slide.
Only difference here is, the web pages are both live, and you could demonstrate how to use them to your audience. There are many ways you could use this, so let us know how you use live web pages in your presentations to make information come alive!Microsoft has a problem when it comes to sticking with product names.
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