Re: Crazy

by "N. Whittley" <nwhittley(at)>

 Date:  Tue, 12 Mar 2002 21:27:54 -0500
 To:  "Nathan" <natelyle(at)>
 Cc:  "HWG Techniques Email List" <hwg-techniques(at)>
  todo: View Thread, Original
I had this once and the solution was very simple..  I did this with Paint
Shop Pro.
I opened up PSP... opened the power point file, then right clicked on the
image, click COPY
and then in PSP I went to Edit -  Paste as New Image.

That was it, worked like a charm.


> >I have already put the PowerPoint presentation into a downloadable zip
> >but he isn't real happy with that.  Any other suggestions??
> I'm not a big fan of PowerPoint in the first place, but doesn't it have a
> "save as web" function that then converts each slide into a page, and the
> images into gifs, etc.? I swear I've done something like this in the past,
> when someone was asking me a similar question at one of my jobs. I
> convinced them to let me just design a web site presentation instead,
> they were much happier with. ;-)

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