Powerpoint i Geogebra

acron shared this question 12 years ago
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To incorporate GGB in PowerPoint would require that MicroSoft change there attitude toward SunMicrosystems and Java. You can link to a GGB applet or an html export from PPT, but not integrate them.


Para incorporar GGB en PowerPoint requeriría que Microsoft cambia allí actitud hacia Sun Microsystems y Java. Usted puede ligar a un applet de GGB o a una exportación del HTML de PPT, pero no integrarlo. (Babelfish)


Tony


PS I apologize for not responding in Catalan, you question was simple enough that my rough Spanish skills understood it.


Edit: Nice to see the addin, I will try using it.

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That's wrong: you can but you need to install this first:

http://skp.mvps.org/liveweb.htm

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Thank you for the addin, but if I want to use it in a computer where it's not installed, I'll need to install it , am I wrong?

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if I want to use it in a computer where it's not installed, I'll need to install it , am I wrong?


Yes. The only transferable solution using PPT is adding a link to the presentation. You can also try exporting the whole presentation to HTML and adding the applet manually. For creating HTML presentations there are other tools than Powerpoint (S5, docbook slides, maybe Beamer + htlatex ...)

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hola

hay una forma de fabricar presentaciones usando powerpoint, windows (por supuesto), internet explorer y geogebra

en realidad exportando ppt a htm y viendo la presentacion con el explorer

es más la expuse no hace mucho en el foro pero como pareció no interesar a nadie la borré directamente y pasé del asunto

la interactividad parece ser completa


saludos

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Here's a better way:

http://www.dvd-ppt-slidesho...


Certainly works in PowerPoint 2010, PowerPoint 2013

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Hola

Una altra possibilitat, molt semblant, descrita en castallà.


Salutacions

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