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  • (This question was posted in Microsoft Office > Office 2013 and Office 365 ProPlus - IT Pro General Discussions, but moderator suggested moving to another forum)

    I have started to use embedded Excel and Powerpoint in webpages. The files are saved to OneDrive and embedded with the code generated there. With a little tweaking it is possible to get a good result with Excel (javascript embedding).

    On my (and my customers) websites I have been evaluating embedded Powerpoint presentations as a replacement for a range of slideshows, galleries, video etc. I like the easy workflow and the functions (transitions etc) - but I don't like the blurry images.

    In this image left: The original from the presentation. Right: From the embedded presentation saved to OneDrive.

    Here is a link to a test page: http://www.xleasy.dk/projekt/ppt.htm

    I need to know if this is the best to hope for (maybe the images are destroyed by the conversions from png to emf to svg)?

    EDIT:

    Ouch! Ouch! I imported the presentation to Google Slides. This image: Top = Powerpoint, bottom = Google Slides. It's not easy to stay loyal (:

    Monday, October 20, 2014 9:00 AM

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  • Hi Ram,

    Thanks for posting in MSDN forum.

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    From the orignal post, you are developing with HTML. I suggest that you get more effective response from HTML, CSS and JavaScript forum.

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    Tuesday, October 28, 2014 11:48 AM