aP Lite Getting Started

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Published on March 6, 2008

Author: aP_Lite

Source: authorstream.com

What can you do with authorPOINT Lite::  What can you do with authorPOINT Lite: Convert your PowerPoint file to Flash Convert your PowerPoint file to Flash:  Convert your PowerPoint file to Flash Import PowerPoint into aPLite Select single or multiple PowerPoint files to Import Click on Import Now Import in Progress Congratulations! Your Presentations have been successfully converted You can see Thumbnails for imported Presentations listed here Slides for the selected Presentation are listed here Customize your PowerPoint’s converted Flash Presentation:  Customize your PowerPoint’s converted Flash Presentation Change Slide Titles Speaker notes for slides Presentation Details here Presenter’s Info from here Change Audio, Narration and Template Settings from here Save Presentation after making changes View Imported Presentation How to Share your PowerPoint’s Flash Presentation:  How to Share your PowerPoint’s Flash Presentation Upload and Share online through authorSTREAM Share as a Web-Link Distribute it via IPOD Embed in blogs Upload as a video on YouTube Upload through FTP to your own website Burn to CD/DVD and distribute Share your Presentations through authorSTREAM:  Share your Presentations through authorSTREAM Select Presentations which you want to Upload and Share Start Upload Sign in to your authorSTREAM account Expand to enter the email addresses of your contacts to share PowerPoint with them Upload to extend your PowerPoint to web and to share it online Presentations are being uploaded Presentations uploaded successfully! Click here to watch them on authorSTREAM. Upload through FTP to your own Website:  Upload through FTP to your own Website Output location for the selected presentation, which you want to upload is displayed here Open this output folder on your desktop index.html is the launch file for the presentation Zip the folder and upload it to the FTP Server Or upload these files individually on FTP Server to share your PowerPoint Burn on CD/DVD and distribute your Presentation:  Burn on CD/DVD and distribute your Presentation Burn these files and folders to CD or DVD to distribute the Presentation Make Index file as the Launch File

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