If you publish content for a Presentation, a separate PowerPoint file is created for each topic, each of which can be launched from a main page. This page displays a table of contents page showing the outline. If a concept exists for a module, section, or topic, a Concept link appears next to the name. The names of the modules and sections are not links; however each topic has a link.
When you click a topic link, a PowerPoint presentation launches. You can then view the PowerPoint slideshow to navigate the topic in a static version of Try It! mode. Each frame is a separate slide in the presentation. The slide contains a graphic showing the screenshot, with the bubble text next to it. A box on the screenshot indicates the action area or areas for the frame. To navigate through the topic, use standard PowerPoint methods. If a frame has attachments, the attachment icons will appear above the bubble text. You can click the icons to access the attachments, if the presentation is being viewed online. If the presentation is printed, hyperlinked content is not included. Alternative Actions, Alternative Paths, and Decision frames are included as well, and links are provided to choose paths.
The following areas do not appear in the Presentation output:
You can launch the Presentation when the publishing process is complete. If you publish just the Presentation format, the option to launch the content automatically is selected and you can launch it directly from the Publishing Wizard. If you want to launch it later, navigate to the location where you published and open the Publishing content folder. Within that folder, open the Presentation folder. You can then choose to launch the index.html file or play.exe to display the table of contents, or open any of the PowerPoint files for a specific topic.
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