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Page 216 When you choose to apply a profile in the Publish Wizard to a presentation that contains video or screen captures, the associated bit rate and codec are designed to display at a particular image size for optimal viewing. However, when the viewer plays back the presentation, the image size will change to match the size specified by the template. This means that a low bit rate video, for instance, may not look very good if the image expands beyond its intended viewing size. Conversely, shrinking the size of a very high bit rate video display might be a waste of bandwidth and storage space since the increased quality of the image might not be obvious. How Many Different Profiles Should I Use You don t have to publish using only one profile. How many you choose will depend on how you answered the previous questions. If your audience might connect to your presentation in more than one manner both dial-up and corporate network, for instance then you may want to use two profiles. On the other hand, each profile adds additional information to the published presentation, which takes up additional hard disk space. If you want to publish using five different profiles for a variety of bandwidth compatibility options, you might find you don t have sufficient hard drive space available on the server. Also, keep in mind that each additional profile adds to the amount of time it takes to publish your presentation. You should start out by publishing with only as many profiles as you require to get the job done. Publishing with E-services In Microsoft Producer, an e-service is a publishing solution that customizes and simplifies the publishing process. Producer exposes an object model to programmers, which they can use to change the way the Publish Wizard works. When you choose to publish with an e-service, you ll be presented in the Publish Wizard with a custom user interface that was designed by the e-service author. This may look and operate very differently from the default Publish Wizard. Typically, an e-service will be designed to allow you to choose publishing options (such as profiles or server addresses) that are compatible with the hosting services offered by the e-service provider. This may hide some of the details of the publishing process from you, making the publishing process much simpler and friendlier. You can use e-services from several sources, such as: A third-party company that charges a fee for hosting your presentations on its Web server. Your company s own internal e-services, if available. An e-service you design.
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Page 217 The Microsoft Producer for PowerPoint 2002 Software Development Kit (SDK) is included with each installation of Microsoft Producer. The SDK contains details about how to create Producer e-services, including an object model reference, a programming guide, and sample code. The Producer SDK can be viewed by double-clicking the file named ProdSDK.chm, which is located in the subfolder named Shared where you installed Producer on your hard disk. 14 discusses how to create a basic e-service. Adding an E-service to the Publish Wizard To use an e-service, you must first add the e-service to the Publish Wizard. There are several ways to do this; you should follow the directions given by the e-service provider. Typically, you will navigate through a series of Web pages that display when you click Learn More on the first page of the Publish Wizard, or run a file with a .reg file name extension, called a registry file. In either case, the e-service details are added to the registry on your computer, and the e-service becomes accessible during your next Producer session. You may have to close Producer, start a new session, and click OK in a dialog box to grant permission to use the new e-service. Once an e-service has been added successfully, the e-service name will appear as an option in the Web server list on the first page of the Publish Wizard. When you select the e-service in the list and click Next, the e-service s custom interface appears. Each e-service is different, so take the time to familiarize yourself with the individual details. Configuring Security Settings for E-services Producer allows you to change the default security settings for e-service publishing. Producer determines whether you can publish your presentations to an e-service provider based on the settings on the Security tab in the Options dialog box. (To display the Options dialog box, click Options on the Tools menu.) The e-service options for publishing map directly to the security settings for Internet Explorer. You can use these settings to prevent an e-service provider from sending or publishing files to your local computer, or publishing files to the local intranet or Internet, if the eservice is not hosted in the specified security zone. For example, to prevent an Internet-based e-service from publishing files to your local computer, in the drop-down list labeled Allow an e-service to publish files to my local computer only if the e-service is hosted in the following security zone select My local computer, local intranet. For more information about security settings in Producer, see the Microsoft Producer Help. Publishing by using the Web server option in the Publish Wizard is discussed later in this chapter.
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