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Translating to .html. tools for web page creation. Plugins. Several common document types are displayed using “plugins” in your browser word documents *.doc powerpoint presentations *.ppt portable document format *.pdf Both *.doc and *.ppt can be converted to html so no plugins are needed.

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translating to html

Translating to .html

tools for web page creation

plugins
Plugins
  • Several common document types are displayed using “plugins” in your browser
    • word documents *.doc
    • powerpoint presentations *.ppt
    • portable document format *.pdf
  • Both *.doc and *.ppt can be converted to html so no plugins are needed
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Why?
  • Advantages
    • browsers without plugins can display them
    • They don’t cause “pauses” while the plugins load
    • Sources are uniform in their types (all html)
  • Disadvantages
    • Some structure may be lost
preliminaries
Preliminaries
  • First create a new directory
  • Make a copy of the files you want to translate.
translating powerpoint step 1
Translating powerpoint step 1
  • Open the powerpoint file
  • Choose the “save as” option in the file tab
translating powerpoint step 2
Translating powerpoint step 2
  • In the choose a file window that pops up select the “save as webpage” format
translating powerpoint step 3
Translating powerpoint step 3
  • Note two things are aded to the directory
  • a directory called “presentation_files”
  • a file called “presentation.html”
translating word step 1
Translating word step 1
  • Open the word document then select the save as option from the file tab.
translating word step 2
Translating word step 2
  • In the file selection window choose “save as webpage”
translating word step 3
Translating word step 3

Note creation of “paper.htm” and directory “paper_files”

what s inside the directories
What’s inside the directories

All kinds of things.

Many are pointed to from in the file “presentation.htm” using absoulute links.

You must move the directory and the file together when you publish.

using the newly created files
Using the newly created files

<title>Practice Translating</title>

<CENTER>

<BIG>Practice Translating</BIG>

</CENTER>

<p>

<UL>

<LI> <A HREF="paper.htm">paper as html</A>

<LI> <A HREF="presentation.htm">presentation as html</A>

</UL>

<p>

<A HREF="../DailyRecord.html#Today">

Back to the Daily Record.</A>

<p>

<A HREF="../index.html">

Back to the class web-page.</A>

create a html file and put links to the created files.

The links can be absolute or relative.

I used relative links because my html file is in the same directory as the translated files