How to embed a browser window in powerpoint

Daffertshofer, Martin 0 Reputation points

How to embed a browser window in powerpoint

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  1. Gowtham CP 3,575 Reputation points

    Hello Daffertshofer, Martin

    Thank you for reaching out on Microsoft Q&A.

    To incorporate web content into your PowerPoint presentation, you can insert a linked object, which works best for static webpages. First, open the desired webpage in your browser. Then, go back to your PowerPoint slide and click on the Insert tab, choosing Object. In the Object dialog box, select Create from file and browse to your web browser, such as Internet Explorer. Make sure to uncheck the Link to file box before clicking OK. This method creates an image of the current webpage content within your slide. When you click on the image during presentation mode, it will open the linked webpage in your default browser, allowing you to reference online content.

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