25th September 2010, 02:27 #1
How to embed PowerPoint presentations or Excel sheets in a Blog post
Office Web Apps has come up with some great new updates - now you can embed PPTs and excel sheets in your blog or sites .
Starting today, you can embed a PowerPoint presentation or Excel spreadsheet in a blog or website. With PowerPoint presentations, viewers can page through a mini version of the slides or view in full screen. For example, you might embed a PowerPoint presentation of photos from your last vacation, share slides from a lecture or talk that you enjoyed, or broadcast your knowledge of a special subject.
The following embedded PowerPoint presentation walks you through the actual steps for embedding a PowerPoint presentation or Excel file in a blog post.
(If you cant view view it please check the source or Office Web Apps reach 20 million: New features today + 7 more countries
You can also read the related posts on How to embed a PowerPoint presentation on a web page and How to embed an Excel workbook on a web page for how-to steps.
You can embed Excel charts and data in a blog or website the same way.
check the example here
Office Web Apps reach 20 million: New features today + 7 more countries
Also check this video highlighting the new updates and also examples of embedded files .
Updates to Office Web Apps | LarryLarsen | Channel 9
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Source: How to embed PowerPoint presentations or Excel sheets in a Blog post
27th September 2010, 08:42 #2
It didn't support animation.
I prefer to convert powerpoint to flash.
29th September 2010, 09:39 #3
It does support animations and transitions - Just maximize it from the option at bottom right of the embedded PPT.
"When you embed presentations, people can also view your presentation in full screen mode with all of your animations and transitions. And when you embed Excel spreadsheets, you can update data in Excel on the desktop, and your spreadsheet will automatically be updated on the web. You can even publish interactive PivotTables and forms “
29th September 2010, 10:56 #4
But why when I click the maximize button, it took me to the download page of the powerpoint?
29th September 2010, 15:02 #5
Works fine here. It takes you to PowerPoint webapps. I tried on system even not having MS office.
Please try again, should work.