Presenting things is all about showing the smartness in you. And if you can seamlessly blend the simple and complex with a unique approach then you can impress anybody. Since a presentation may contain diverse stuff like text, pictures, links to other files etc. you have to take utmost care while integrating them into the presentation.
However, you always have to navigate away from the presentation flow if you want to show some website and its specific features to the viewers. This might end up breaking the viewer attention, which isn’t a great thing for the presenter.
Today we will describe a solution to such problems wherein you can integrate websites into presentation slides and browse in real-time during your slideshow (without having to navigate away from the PowerPoint Application).
Step 4: You can then set the shape, size and position of the web page with respect to the slide.
Step 5: Click on Finish. Check Run show after inserting the web page if you want to test things immediately.
Step 6: You will see a confirmation message at once. Click on Ok and get going.
Step 7: Start a slideshow by hitting on keyboard shortcut F5. You will see the integrated website and will be able to browse on it real-time.
Now you do not have to worry about minimizing your presentation, starting a new instance of some browser, keying in the website URL and navigating on it explicitly. The plug-in is awesome and you should put it to use in such scenarios. You never know how many people you might end up impressing. 🙂
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