Woody, I got this message: "This presentation contains content that your
browser is unable to display. This presentation was optimized for the recent
version of Netscape Navigator." I don't have Netscape on my computer so I
can't help any further. :-)
> I know better but I'm testing a very large powerpoint as web pages.
> My eight graders have been working on the human figure in motion
> and are finishing up the unit using the Winter Olympics as subjects in
> prints. When I converted the presentation to html some of the type
> got messed up and some of the images are hidden under other images,
> but most of it is there. I have no idea if anyone on a phone line
> could even connect to it, but I'm curious. Let me know if:
> 1. Could you connect to the powerpoint pages ?
> 2. What kind of internet connection do you have ?
> 3. Are you using Netscape or Internet Explorer ?
> 4. How long did the powerpoint take to load and start ?
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