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If any one is having c# and html code to upload ppt files and read(view) ppt files in website pleasesendto mu mail id
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Posted 21-Dec-12 17:15pm

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No, we won't give you solution.. We can't work out for you like this.. You should try it by yourself.. If you got stuck somewhere, you can certainly come here.. But don't ask directly for code..
-Krunal R.
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Member 9305115 at 22-Dec-12 0:22am
   
If you remember, there is an option in the File Menu of Microsoft PowerPoint:
File->Save As Web Page i am saving my ppt files like this and uploading it to server path folder but only one file is storing in that folder..actually i wants to store multiple files..so how can i solve this problem
Krunal Rohit at 22-Dec-12 0:29am
   
You can do one thing, change the HTML code of your web page.. i.e give link reference of all slides to the proper link.. Hope you understand this..
Member 9305115 at 22-Dec-12 0:36am
   
while uploading its storing only one html file.. actually i want to store multiple html files(PPt to html converted);
Krunal Rohit at 22-Dec-12 0:37am
   
Not clear..
Member 9305115 at 22-Dec-12 0:40am
   
server path folder we can store multiple files right?
but now whats happening its storing only one file even if i tried to store multiple files.. i want rectify this problem..

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