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Old 06-09-2011, 11:22 PM
josephsh josephsh is offline PowerPoint 2007 --> PowerPoint 2003 Webpage? Windows XP PowerPoint 2007 --> PowerPoint 2003 Webpage? Office 2003
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Hello,



I am attempting to save a PowerPoint presentation with PowerPoint 2007 as a PowerPoint 2003 webpage. Does anyone know if this is possible? The only options I see for webpage saving are to save as a webpage or a webpage in a file. I have tried first saving the file as a PowerPoint 2003 file and then saving it as a webpage, but it is not working where I need it do.

The reason I am asking about this particular format is because I am attempting to upload a PowerPoint presentation into Moodle (open-source course management system) but at present the only format supported is a PowerPoint 2003 webpage.

Thank you for any advice!

Joseph Heekin
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