INRA[Olivier Vitrac](mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org), rev. Aug 20, 2019
Generate static website for lectures of Sept 2019 in Freising, Germany.
fitness2019/ Test sitesDesign of lecturesFile structureInput folder
download20190810/Main sessions = Sections and sub-sections = PPT files=Where to add exported static images of your PPTOutput folder
www20190814/How it worksFolder organizationMiscellaneousHow to change the export resolution in PowerPoint
The following machines have been locally installed;
The content of the different lectures are organized as follows.
Folders may look duplicated due to the presence of a mix of upper and lower cases.
The current file structure reflects the current state of the conversion
The concepts of sessions and sections are mixed.
It has been assumed that a lecture could be identified as:
|common, advanced||1..8||1.1, 1.2, etc.||part1, part2|
Export your entire presentation in the same location in PNG at 300 dpi, without changing the name of the file.
In PowerPoint, open your slide presentation, and then open the slide that you want to export.
On the File menu, select Save As.
In the Save as type box, select one of the following picture formats:
Do not change the picture's save location in the Save in box and do not to change the name of the picture in the File name box.
Select Save. You will be prompted with the following dialog box:
Select Every Slide.
Please check the the slides are saved at 300 dpi. Right-click the picture, and then select Properties. The size should be 3201 × 2397 pixels (or something close)
Currently, all the structure is reconstructed automatically from the file organization and the content of PPTx.
By default, the export resolution of a PowerPoint slide that you want to save as a picture is 96 dots per inch (dpi). To change the export resolution, follow these steps:
Exit all Windows-based programs.
Right-click the Start button and then Run. (In Windows 7, select Start, and then Run.)
In the Open box, type regedit, and then select OK.
Locate one of the following registry subkeys, depending on the version of PowerPoint that you're using:
Click the Options subkey, point to New on the Edit menu, and then click DWORD Value.
Type ExportBitmapResolution, and then press Enter.
Make sure that ExportBitmapResolution is selected, and then click Modify on the Edit menu.
In the Edit DWORD Value dialog box, select Decimal.
In the Value data box, type the value of the resolution that you want such as 300.
On the File menu, select Exit to exit Registry Editor.