Before you save your PowerPoint presentation as a Web page, create a folder on your computer or computer network for storing the page. To turn a PowerPoint presentation into a Web page, PowerPoint creates three dozen or more support files. Unless you open these files in their own folder, you’ll have a hard time locating them later on, and you must be able to locate them to transfer them to a Web server and display them on the Internet.

Follow these steps to save a PowerPoint presentation as a Web page:


Click the Office button and choose Save As on the drop-down list.

The Save As dialog box appears.


Open the Save As Type drop-down list and choose Web Page.

New buttons — Change Title and Publish — appear in the Save As dialog box.


Click the Change Title button, enter a descriptive title in the Set Page Title dialog box, and click OK.

The title you enter will appear in the title bar along the top of the Web browser window.


Click the Publish button.

The Web Page dialog box appears. Tell PowerPoint where to save the Web page you’re creating from your PowerPoint presentation.


Click the Browse button, and in the Publish As dialog box, select the folder where you will keep the Web page and its support files; then, click OK.

You return to the Publish as Web Page dialog box.


Click the Open Published Web Page in Browser check box.

The presentation opens in your default browser automatically when you finish.


Click the Publish button.

PowerPoint creates the Web page and its support files. It stores them in the folder you selected in Step 5. The Web page you created opens in your browser.