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For teaching a course I would like to embed pages of a presentation, with speaker notes, into a document. I intend to use the slides from the presentation while lecturing and the students can follow on with the printed notes. As I would like the printed material to contain more than just the slides I would like to embed the presentation into a larger document. Of course if I could link the two I could update the slides and have the document update automatically but I suspect that is a step too far... At the moment I would be happy to just have someway to export a presentation (in the slides/speaker notes form) into a document.

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Are you exporting into a web page or some other kind of document? –  seanyboy Dec 10 '10 at 14:18
I would like to embed the slide plus notes view of a Google Docs presentation into another document. –  John Dec 14 '10 at 1:05

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Slideshare allows you to embed powerpoint presentations in web pages.

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