Embedding PPS within PPT


M

Mel

Hi
Does anyone know how I embed a PPS within a PPT so that when the PPS is
clicked on to run it does NOT open as a separate file. i.e. it runs within
the PPT slide as a movie would. Im using PPT (Office 2007 powerpoint).

Thanks
 
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Michael Koerner

You can't. PPS and PPT are the same the only difference is how they open.
When your using the full version of PowerPoint PPS opens in the slideshow
mode, and PPT opens in the Edit mode. Using the viewer they all open in the
slideshow mode. You might consider linking your presentations together so
that it looks all like just one presentation. Here is a good place to start
linking. http://www.awesomebackgrounds.com/powerpointlinking.htm

--
Michael Koerner
MS MVP - PowerPoint


Hi
Does anyone know how I embed a PPS within a PPT so that when the PPS is
clicked on to run it does NOT open as a separate file. i.e. it runs within
the PPT slide as a movie would. Im using PPT (Office 2007 powerpoint).

Thanks
 
S

Sandy Johnson

Dear Mel,

Try inserting the PPS as an object into the PPT. It will only run in Slide
Show view.

Sandy
 
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charlene qu

Hi
Does anyone know how I embed a PPS within a PPT so that when the PPS is
clicked on to run it does NOT open as a separate file.  i.e. it runs within
the PPT slide as a movie would. Im using PPT (Office 2007 powerpoint).

Thanks

To insert pps to ppt, you can click insert > object , but it will
still play as a separate file. If you want to show it like a movie
inserted in ppt, you can convert your pps to video. Here come some
ways to convert powerpoint to video:

1. convert the file format online
you can go to www.authorstream.com , www.zamzar.com to do the
conversion. it is free, but there is limitation on the file
size ,quantity and the animations in your powerpoint files may lose.

2.convert powerpoint to video or flash with a third party software
it is much easier for you to control the whole conversion process. no
limitations on file quantity or size. you can try Acoolsoft ppt2video
and Acoolsoft ppt2flash converter. the elements in your powerpoint
will be well retained. try them here: http://www.acoolsoft.com/powerpoint-to-video-overview.html
 

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