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Frames messed up when reading web-published PowerPoint – see Web, publish to – problems viewing in other browsers such as Netscape, Mozilla, etc.

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Web, publish to – problems viewing in other browsers such as Netscape, Mozilla, etc. – if you just do the standard “save as web page” from PowerPoint, everything looks great in IE but really messed up in other browsers.  Need to fix a couple things.

  1. The slide will not be scaled to fit the Web browser window. It stays at a fixed screen resolution based on the Screen size setting that you selected when you published the presentation. From within PowerPoint before you do the “save as web page” (actually, you can do this later on in the “save as web page” as described in the step below.), on the Tools menu, click Options. Click Web Options on the General tab, and then click the Pictures tab. Adjust the Screen size setting as necessary.)  The default might be 800 x 600.  This default choice, if you don’t change it, will be reflected when you open up in a non-IE browser and your slides are squished way over to the right hand frame way smaller than you like, you have a HUGE frame on the left for your table of contents, and you can’t adjust these frames!
  2. When you’re saving as a web page, make sure you click on the “Publish…” button before you hit “save”.  This brings up a pop-up menu that has a section in the middle called “Browser support”.  Select “All browsers listed above (creates larger files)”.  If you also click “Web options…” button, it’ll bring you into the area you adjusted above where you can change screen resolution.

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