I have embedded a PowerPoint presentation into a page; the images do not show up. Rather it is an image of the PPT. When I click it, it says that it's having trouble converting the file. Then is says to click download.
I want the PPT to embed and be navigable.
Hi @Heather Murski,
When you drag the file onto a page, it will display as a link or a thumbnail (as you described).
Try this out:
If that doesn't work, this should:
The second method allows you to point to a different powerpoint if you have weekly/monthly updates.
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When i do it I get a confluence page with a long window displaying the full set of slides - not an interactive powerpoint. It looks a mess and is hard to work in other content and is slow as hell if its a large slidedeck - as in unusable.
I'd much rather it either just displayed the file attachment that I can choose to open or previewed it properly allowing me to page through slide by slide.
There are work arounds of a sort - I can copy the URL of the attachment and paste that in.. which is okay but not great.
The "insert" button for the Powerpoint macro seems to do nothing, with either of the two methods described above.
I'm getting a little tired of the hacky feel to everything Confluence. Nothing ever seems to work as advertised, and there's always some kind of workaround that needs to be applied.
@Matt Brauer As much as I love Confluence, it is article centric.
Not to push anyone to a different solution, but O365 would be file centric.
I've been in Confluence for 4 years now and yes.. it does feel hacky. This is why the Atlassian Marketplace has so many options out there :)
I've been using confluence for a long time - hacky isn't the word I'd use. I think that too often they've been lazy with fixing bugs and not added simple features to macros forcing people to go to the marketplace. Whilst the marketplace may be good for some anyone who uses this at an enterprise level is likely to struggle with that option and I think having to buy another module because the thing I've bought has no functionality isn't a good customer experience.
To the point about office365 that's just a different beast - I do use confluence to create some documents, export them to word and deliver them to customers but my general use of confluence is to create simple information that is easy to read and link. In my work, I'm an IT architect, I've grown tired of the "never mind the quality feel the width" attitude to document creation. Confluence allows you to concentrate on simple documentation and avoid getting bogged down in templates with hundreds of styles that seem to proliferate over time.
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