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Adding Your Powerpoint To The Blog

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  • 1. Adding powerpoints to the blog Try following these instructions!
  • 2. Step 1
    • Open this link: http:// www.slideshare.net /upload
  • 3. Step 2
    • Click on the orange button: ‘browse and select files’
    • A directory of your computer’s files will appear
  • 4. Step 3
    • Highlight the powerpoint file that you want to send to your blog post.
    • Then click ‘open’
    • Slideshare will automatically upload the file to their area (it’s not in the blog yet.)
  • 5. Step 4
    • Now click ‘publish’
    • Up comes a message: ‘your file is being converted and will be published shortly’.
    • It takes around a minute or so for this to finish. Click on the ‘you can see its current status here ’ link
  • 6. Step 5
    • Once your powerpoint has been ‘published’, the front page will appear. Click on the name of the powerpoint (it appears beside the heading: ‘title’)
    • Up comes your presentation as it will appear in the blog.
    • You will find a box on the right called: ‘Embed in your blog’
    • Highlight this and copy it.
  • 7. Step 6
    • Go to the 8T blog and get ready to write a post.
    • Give the post a title (the same as your powerpoint)
    • Paste the code into the post and ‘save’, then ‘publish’.
  • 8. Job done
    • Bingo!! But beware, your presentation won’t have all the fancy animations that the original powerpoint had. That doesn’t matter if I’m marking it.