How to use Google Slides with

How to use Google Slides with

Not a Microsoft Office person? No problem. If you want to use your Google Slides presentation with, simply open your Slides presentation in a browser.

Go to the File menu, and download as Microsoft PowerPoint (.pptx).

Save that file to your computer, then upload via the scheduler (click your webinar title, navigate to the "upload" tab.)

Or, you can upload via the Presenter Console. Simply click that link and go to the "Content" icon, where you’ll see an upload button at the bottom right corner.

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