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Openeing PPT file in Browser

Coldfire
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Hello I want to put the ppt file in a webpage in readonly form. I dont want someone to download the .ppt file instead, when someone clicks, than a new window will open the ppt file in readonly form. Are there any free plugins or scripts that i can use?
Apr 12 '07 #1
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drhowarddrfine
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I forgot how to do this in IE. In Firefox, the first time you encounter it, you get a popup asking which program to open it with or if you want to download it, but it will remember that afterwards. Doesn't IE work the same?
Apr 12 '07 #2

Coldfire
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I forgot how to do this in IE. In Firefox, the first time you encounter it, you get a popup asking which program to open it with or if you want to download it, but it will remember that afterwards. Doesn't IE work the same?
they work almost the same in this issue. But my question is different. I want to put up the ppt file for users to just view its slides (like a pdf file that opens in browser automatically) without downloading it.
Apr 12 '07 #3

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