Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Web Page on a Slide

All in one place

You can put a hyperlink on a slide. During the presentation, you can click on the link, invoke the browser and show the web site.

Rather than that, how about placing the web page itself on the slide?

Not a screen shot, but the actual, fully functional page. When you're through with the demonstration, one click takes you to the next slide.
"No coding required. LiveWeb works with documents off your local drive too. You can specify relative paths.

With LiveWeb you can display acrobat documents (PDF), java applets, VRML etc within the slide show real-time.

LiveWeb will create slides with web browser controls embedded on the slides"

(There is a small caveat; the add-in must be installed on the machine running the show. The PPA is only about 117K, so it's easy to carry and install as an add-in.)

It's freeware from Shyam Pillai (of course)

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