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I have a powerpoint presentation on my website saved as htm file, an I am tring to open it not in my browser but in powerpoint on click.

Is there a possible way to do this ?

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migrated from Mar 2 '10 at 15:10

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From How to Convert HTML and Flash Files to PowerPoint :

To import an HTML file, with PowerPoint open click on Insert, Slides from Files, and browse for your file. PowerPoint will automatically divide the file into one or more slides. Select the slides you want to import, and click “Insert” or just click “Insert All” if you don’t want to leave any out. Click “Close.” Your new slide is on the screen and you can manipulate it just as you would any other slide.

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I think this Link will solve your problem:

Also try looking at this Microsoft KB Article

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