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Can a Powerpoint retain all functionality once embedded?

Question asked by Katie Loughrist on Jan 14, 2019
Latest reply on Jan 15, 2019 by Katie Loughrist

I usually use Google Slides, as I love the functionality of having it easily embedded as well as updated in real time. However, the course I am designing must be accessible to students who are in countries that do not have access to Google. Therefore, we need to use a Powerpoint. I already know how to embed the Powerpoint on a page, and I know how to ensure that it auto opens.

 

I have multiple animations in my slideshow which have content appear at different times. I want students to be able to click through it, as the process of clicking through is part of the instruction (Picture using the slides as flash cards). 

 

My question is this:

 

Is there a way to embed a Powerpoint that has the exact same functionality as the original file? Right now, I can click between slides, but I can not click item by item to see animations. Please tell me someone has resolved this? I want an embedded Powerpoint to do everything that a linked Google Slides presentation can do. 

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