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With PowerPoint for the web you create presentations right in your browser. Create and save your presentations in your OneDrive, and edit and share them online. You don't need any additional software and you don't have to install anything.
Google Slides Google Slides works on your web browser and has apps for both iOS and Android. Additionally, Google Slides keeps a record of all the changes users have made to a presentation, and you can easily restore your slideshow to a previous version.
To start using Office for free, all you've got to do is open your browser, go to Office.com, and select the app you want to use. There's online copies of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote you can choose from, as well as contacts and calendar apps and the OneDrive online storage.
Accessing Microsoft PowerPoint and other core Office programs is free via the web, and all you'll need is a Microsoft account. Head over to Office.com and click 'Sign in' to enter your details. If you don't yet have an account, choose 'Sign up for the free version of Office' and follow the instructions.
PowerPoint for the web (formerly PowerPoint Web App) extends your Microsoft PowerPoint experience to the web browser, where you can work with presentations directly on the website where the presentation is stored. Microsoft 365 customers with Office for the web can view, create, and edit files on the go.
Use Word, Excel, PowerPoint and more for free with Office on the web.
How to Make a Website in Powerpoint Select the "File" tab on the Ribbon menu Add your website content to the slides Add hyperlinks to objects on your slides to link them to other slides Select the "File" tab and click "Save" to save your work as a PowerPoint presentation.
Publishing a presentation to the Web begins with converting the presentation to HTML as follows. With the presentation open in PowerPoint, choose Save As Web Page from the File menu. Using the Save In control in the resulting Save As dialog box, browse to the folder where you want to save your presentation.
Create and open a presentation in PowerPoint for the web Go to powerpoint.office.com. Or sign in to office.com/signin, select the Office 365 App Launcher Select New blank presentation, open a Recent file, or select one of the themes. To name the presentation, select the title at the top and type a name.
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.