Step 2: Create a presentation.If you haven’t created a presentation before, then take a look at our previous tutorial on creating presentations.A Webinar is created in the same way, although there are a couple of things to note: •Firstly you may want to leave out the navigation arrows because your viewers won't be able to interact with the presentation. Instead you will drive it using the left & right keyboard arrows. •Secondly only 'next step', 'previous step', 'page down', 'page up' operations, and ordinary web links, are transmitted between the presenter and the viewers. So avoid relying on other actions, such as mouseovers, pop-up photos, pop-up layers, eye-catcher widgets or Flash animations which require user interaction, because these won't be seen by your viewers. Step 3: Publish your presentation.Once you are happy with your presentation publish it in the normal way from the Publish tab of the Web Properties dialog, selecting the 'MAGIX web hosting' option as the profile. Publishing a Webinar is no different to publishing any other web page.Step 4: Set up the remote presentation.Once your presentation is published, go to presenter.xara.com or select Help > Remote Presentations within Designer Pro 7 or Web Designer Premium.•Enter a title for your presentation and the URL of the first page of the presentation that you have just created. Note: This can't be an ordinary web page - it has to be a presentation - otherwise it won't work. •You can optionally enter a welcome message that is shown to your viewers if they visit the page prior to the start of your presentation. It's a good idea to include the time and date of the session, plus some brief information on what the presentation is about. Note: As the presenter, you can't see this message. Type this welcome message in the 'Message for Viewers' box. •Click the 'Create presentation' button. Your presentation appears at the top of the list on the right. A unique URL is shown for your new presentation. Copy the link and paste it into an email (or Skype, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc) to send to everyone you want to invite to your presentation. Don't forget to include the time and date it will take place, and the phone, chat or video conference details where applicable.