Category: Web browser

PowerPoint, Impress enhance Websites with presentation exports

Presentation applications can be run from a computer attached to a projector, and a presentation can be given in front of a room.

However, these applications can do so much more. They are designed to integrate images art, and text to create visually impacting documents. They have a lot in common with standard drawing applications.

Slides for presentations can be exported to common image formats and uploaded to a server, so the presentation can be given through a Web browser. They also can enhance a Web page or blog

Two of the most popular presentation applications are Microsoft PowerPoint for Windows and LibreOffice Impress. Both can convert presentations to various image formats so they can be seen through a browser and Website.

This article will explore the capabilities how both export slides and presentations to images so presentations can be seen through the Web.

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LibreOffice, Google Drive partner through Web browsers

In the last blog entry, I talked extensively about connecting to your Google Drive account directly through LibreOffice and using the Google Drive application that can be installed on Mac or Windows.

There is another way to share and update documents created in LibreOffice using your Google Drive account, however. Simply launch your favorite Web browser go to your Drive account and upload the desired documents and folders.

A Web browser has several advantages over using the Google Drive application or a third-party application. One of the key reasons is that you don’t need to have all the documents from your Drive account downloaded to your computer.

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