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Note: The following steps apply only to PowerPoint 2007. You can't save a presentation as a webpage in PowerPoint 2010 or later. For workarounds in later versions of PowerPoint, see Options for later versions of PowerPoint below.

  1. Open the presentation or Web page that you want to publish to the web.

  2. Click the Microsoft Office Button Office button image, and then click Save As.

  3. In the Save in list, select a path or location for the webpage on a web server.

    If you want people to have access to a presentation that you published to the web, you must specify a Web server or other available computer when you choose a location for the file.

  4. In the File name box, type a file name, or do nothing to accept the suggested file name.

    Tip: If you want the published presentation to have a different name from the source file that it was published from, type a new name.

  5. In the Save as type box, do one of the following:

    • Click Web Page to save your presentation as a webpage and create an associated folder that contains supporting files (such as bullets, background textures, pictures, and sounds).

    • Click Single File Web Page to save your presentation as a webpage that integrates all supporting information, including all linked files, into a single file.

  6. To set the page title bar text for your webpage, click Change Title, type the title bar text in the Page title box, and then click OK.

  7. Click Publish, and then, in the Publish as Web Page dialog box, do one or more of the following:

    • To specify the slides that you want to publish, under Publish what?, click an option.

    • To display speaker notes for a presentation, select the Display speaker notes check box.

    • To set additional Web page formatting and display options, click Web Options, select the options that you want, and then click OK.

    • To designate support for a particular browser or browser version, under Browser support, click the appropriate option.

  8. Click Publish.

Options for later versions of PowerPoint

Save slides as Word documents, and then save as webpages

You can save an individual slide as an image in a Word document, and then save that document as an .html file.

  1. Right-click the thumbnail of the slide you want to save, and click Copy.

  2. In a new Word document, paste your slide (Ctrl+V). If necessary, drag to resize the slide image to fill the page.

  3. Click File > Save As, and then choose Web Page or Web Page, Filtered.

Save a presentation to OneDrive, and then share it online (PowerPoint 2013 and newer versions)

  1. Click File > Share > Share With People or Invite People > Save to Cloud.

  2. Choose a location in your OneDrive folders.

  3. Type a file name, and then click Save.

  4. Click Share with People (PowerPoint 2016 or newer versions), add email addresses and any message you like, and then click Share.

If this is a feature you’d like to request, please send us your feedback to help us prioritize new features in future updates. See How do I give feedback on Microsoft Office for more information.

See Also

Save PowerPoint presentations as PDF files

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