What is PPT?
The PPT is an extension for the binary file format that is developed by the Microsoft. It is related with the Microsoft Office PowerPoint. It is a slideshow representation application and commonly used for the purpose if office and educational slide shows. PPT files consist of images, sound, and video used for the purpose of presentation. PPT files can be viewed by PowerPoint, PowerPoint Viewer or the Open Office software suite. PowerPoint slides are one of the easiest, useful and most accessible methods that help in creating and present visual aids. It is easy to drag and drop the feature. Therefore, creates interest in the audience that increases the visual impact and also increases the immediate response for the presentation. PowerPoint slideshow will help the user to analyze and reduce the complexity. Therefore, it will encourage in teaching and learning process.
What is HTML?
HTML code certifies the proper formatting of text and images. However, HTML, browser does not know how to display the text as elements or load images or other elements. HTML helps in the basic structure of a particular page, upon which cascading style sheets help in changing the appearance of the webpage.
Steps to convert PPT to HTML
Here are some of the steps to convert PPT to HTML are given below
- To choose a file from your computer, you have to click on the choose file option. Click on the drop-down button to choose the form through online file form URL, Google Drive or Dropbox. However, some of the target formats convert into some of the format documents. Example, It will help you in converting DOC to DOCX, but it will help you to convert DOC to XLSX.
- You have to choose a document that can be PDF, DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLSX, PPT, PPTX, HTML, TXT, CSSV, RTF, and ODT, ODS, ODP, XPS or OXPS. It will list out when you choose the formats that may convert into the target format.
- At the end click on the “Convert Now”, button and start conversion and the output files are listed in the group of “Conversion Results”. Click the icon to how the file QR code that saves a file to online storage services such as Google Drive or Dropbox.