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Adding video from web to powerpoint

I am trying to download a video from the web so I can incorporate it into a PowerPoint. I will not have internet access at my presentation and it is not a you-tube video. Is this possible?

Thanks,

Karen

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Ask the owner?

Power point is not so much the issue here but can mean it's a public presentation. The owner of the work should be asked for permission and how to download the content.

So far all those that I asked have said yes and helped me out.

There it is. Will you ask the content/video owner?
Bob

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Adding video from web to powerpoint

Many Thanks for your reply.
It was a network presentation; 60 Minutes. Do you think they would allow access if I made a request?

Karen

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Hmm.

I wrote "So far all those that I asked have said yes and helped me out."

May you be as lucky,
Bob

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