powerpoint to webpage
Date: Sat, 31 Jul 2004 15:07:26 +0200
When I save my presentation as a Webpage, there are xml, html, jpg, gif, ...
files created in a folder.
My question is now: how does ppt generate this html & xml-files? Is there a
webpage or tutorial that explaines how a powerpoint-presentation is
converted into a webpage (timing, text, gifs, dynamic movements, ...
I need to know how they are created, and in which file i can find all the
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