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Showing a powerpoint presentation in the browser window

I want to open a simple powerpoint sheet in the browser window. What is

the best way to do that?
I have searched in this group and saw different people telling that the

pluginn for powerpoint must be placed on the page as well.
Can someone help me out?

Jul 23 '05 #1
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It's embedded in the page just like you'd any other embedded object which
uses a plugin or external libs, using the OBJECT element, search in google
on "embedding" +"powerpoint*pr esentation" +"webpage", each object has
their own <param> and their own MIME type, so, and yes, the client machine
HAS to have the powerpoint plugin for it to be render at all, having the
powerpoint plugin means having MSoffice installed, as it only comes with
MSoffice, so, the user has to have msoffice installed with the plugin for


On Tue, 28 Jun 2005 08:42:40 -0700, Harry Bellafonte
<go********@hot mail.com> wrote:
I want to open a simple powerpoint sheet in the browser window. What is

the best way to do that?
I have searched in this group and saw different people telling that the

pluginn for powerpoint must be placed on the page as well.
Can someone help me out?

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