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Page 288 Step-by-Step: Changing the Video in a Published Presentation The following steps illustrate how you can replace the WMV file in a presentation that has already been published. 1. Import the original WMV file, create your presentation, and then publish it. 2. Make a backup copy of your original WMV file. It s also wise to make a backup copy of the WMV file that Producer created during publishing. 3. Run Advanced Script Indexer. 4. In Advanced Script Indexer, from the File menu, click Open. Browse to the WMV file in your presentation that you want to replace and click Open. 5. From the File menu, click Export script file. In the File name box, type a name for the script file, and click Save. Click OK when prompted. 6. From the File menu, click Open. Browse to the original WMV file and click Open. 7. From the File menu, click Import from script file. Browse to the script file you saved in step 5 and click Open. Click OK when prompted. 8. From the File menu, click Save As. Browse to the location where Producer published the presentation. Click the WMV file that you want to replace (for example, 0MM0.wmv) to highlight it. Click Save. Click Ye s when prompted to replace the original published WMV file. 9. Exit Advanced Script Indexer. Be sure to watch your entire presentation to ensure that the process worked correctly. Copying a Published Presentation There may be times when you want to copy a published presentation to a new destination. This can save a significant amount of time compared to republishing the presentation, especially if the presentation is long or you require several publishing profiles. You can simply copy all the files from one location to another if the transfer involves the following locations: Between folders on your local computer. From your local computer to a CD. Note that you ll need to create the necessary Autorun files if you want the CD to start automatically. From a CD to your local computer. From your local computer to a Web server. From a Web server to your local computer. From one Web server to another Web server.
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