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Hi all,

 I want to put an powerpoint in my webserver ...

 Issue is the power point contains an audio file and i have incorporate
 that WAV file in the powerpoint show now when i created an link to the show the power point open in my server and not in Internet as well as intranet...


 Please give me an solution.......

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well i am not sure i understood you properly but if you think you need both the files, then why dont you put them in a zip file and let it make a download able file and so it may solve the problem

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I agree. PowerPoint is not a browser-friendly file type so you won't be able to have people view this on the internet. They're just going to download this, so if you want to make sure they have both files, zip them together.

If you want the PowerPoint presentation available for people to view online you have two options. PowerPoint does not support that function so you can convert it into a series of HTML pages (one for each slide in the presentation) or use something more advanced like AJAX or Flash to present all the information on one web page.

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