Exporting to HTML

Placing a presentation on the Internet has several benefits. It allows you to share the presentation with others during the construction stage, which is useful if you're developing a group presentation or creating one for a client. After a presentation, the Internet is a great place for attendees to find your notes, and posting your presentation can drive potential customers to your Web site.

Creating a Web page with Keynote is very easy. We are still working with 06Photo Portfolio.key in the Lesson 06 folder.


With your presentation open, choose File > Export. Click HTML.


For Slides, select All.

You're going to export all the slides to the Web site.


To include navigation controls (which is a good idea), select "Include navigation controls."

This adds Home, Previous, and Next navigation buttons.


For maximum compatibility with all Web browsers, choose to use the JPEG file format.


Adjust the compression quality to suit your needs.

A value between 50% and 80% is usually acceptable for most uses.


Click Next. Then name the Web page Photo Portfolio and choose a location for the exported file.


Click Export.

The Web page takes a few moments to generate.

The page can now be viewed by opening the HTML file you created.


One drawback of the export module for the Web page is that large slides may be cut off by many Web browsers. You can resize the image files in the folder Photo Portfolio using an image editing application.


If you want more options for your Web page, export still images to iPhoto and then create a Web gallery using iPhoto's more robust tools. You can open the iPhoto album in iWeb for even more options.

Apple Training Series. iWork '06 with iLife '06
Apple Training Series: iWork 06 with iLife 06
ISBN: 0321442253
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 171

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